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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with metonym:

2 syllables:
p. putnam


3 syllables:
retain some,
chapel a.m.e.,
venous hum,
britain on,
button on,
retain an,
britain as,
britain has,
button up,
detain us,
britain comes,
buddha comes,
flooded gum,
let up on,
beautiful psalm,
bubble gum,
but added,
but alas,
chilean nut,
cut a rug,
douglas slocombe,
genus arum,
genus geum,
jesus summed,
nasal comb,
russia comes,
summon up,
tut tutted,
retain them,
spit venom,
written some,
button man,
britain was,
but unless,
buttress dam,
con una,
genus gnetum,
helen comes,
hutted knoll,
judge putnam,
subtle humour,
was renamed,
bethel a.m.e.,
trouble him,
blood added,
brush up on,
buddha was,
chapel on,
couple on,
cuddle up,
dehra dun,
double hung,
dutch oven,
gas oven,
hung up on,
jesus on,
muck a muck,
muddle up,
run amuck,
sergeant dunham,
struggle on,
trouble on


4 syllables:
extra tonnage,
asset asset,
genus sium,
uncle enoch,
asset income,
allah ta'ala,
asset unless,
definite time,
excellent humour,
was an item,
uncle isham,
abdul hamid,
added added,
added asset,
britain assumed,
britain become,
extra button,
extra double,
meum et tuum,
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
retain income


6 syllables:
avenida tulum


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