Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kelim:

2 syllables:
bear him,
bless him,
fetch him,
lead him,
met him,
set him,
spare him,
felt him,
held him,
help him,
tells him,
pull him,
bell in,
cell in,
delle lingue,
dwell in,
fell in,
hell in,
nelle lingue,
sell in,
shell in,
tell in,
well in,
begged him,
bell is,
cell is,
ex im,
fell ill,
hell is,
kept him,
leads him,
left him,
lend him,
lent him,
pressed him,
sell his,
sell it,
send him,
sent him,
shell is,
smell is,
smell it,
spell it,
tell his,
tell if,
tell it,
well here,
well if,
well is,
well it,
helped him,
helps him,
beg him,
bid him,
bring him,
but him,
cheer him,
cut him,
did him,
done him,
fear him,
fit him,
get him,
hear him,
hit him,
in him,
judge him,
kiss him,
let him,
love him,
miss him

3 syllables:
addressed him,
upset him,
compelled him,
hotel in,
accept him,
address him,
affect him,
arrest him,
attend him,
bury him,
carry him,
defend him,
deny him,
expect him,
hotel is,
marry him,
prepared him,
prevent him,
protect him,
respect him,
michele hilmes,
telling him,
admit him,
asking him

4 syllables:
declared him

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