Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with short term:

2 syllables:
court terme,
or firm,
court termed,
court terms,
for terms,
small firm,
or turn,
all terms,
broad terms,
corn worm,
court heard,
cross terms,
for firms,
law firm,
store sperm,
strong terms,
talk terms,
wrong terms,
coarse terms,
force terms,
forth terms,
fourth terms,
source terms,
your firm,
board heard,
half turn,
though stern,
war worn,
all firms,
course heard,
course serve,
crore worth,
for birth,
for church,
for third,
for word,
for work,
for worse,
force search,
george earle,
george heard,
more work,
morse earle,
north third,
or church,
or girl,
or nurse,
or serve,
or third,
or word,
or work,
or worse,
shore bird,
small firms,
small worms,
torque curve,
walter earle,
war work,
warmer earth,
core time,
court tomb,
for time,
for tom,
heart worm,
more time,
or team,
or time,
square terms,
war time,
court turned,
court turns,
or turned,
quart. journ

3 syllables:
transport terms,
order him,
acorn worm,
among terms,
because terms,
former home,
autre homme,
default terms,
export firms,
shorter time,
support firms,
support her,
transport firms,
among firms,
because firms,
because sperm,
before birth,
before church,
before pearl,
before time,
starter home,
support him,
order came,
order them,
ordered him,
quarter in

6 syllables:
explanatory terms

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