Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with takeover:

3 syllables:
rake over,
came over,
fail over,
game over,
gave over,
have over,
laid over,
made over,
pave over,
place over,
place soever,
rate over,
said over,
state over,
stays over,
day over,
makes over,
pay over,
stay over,
sway over,
way over,
chain owner,
male odor,
slave owner,
space solar,
brake rotor,
draped over,
gained over,
glazed over,
naked owner,
placed over,
raised over,
stake holder,
states over,
makes overt,
drive over,
fight over,
give over,
lies over,
life over,
light over,
line over,
ride over,
right over,
slide over,
stride over,
time over,
while over,
blade holder,
blade rotor,
change owner,
claim holder,
eight older

4 syllables:
debate over,
prevail over,
away over,
became owner,
estate owner,
female owner,
translate homer,
became overt,
debates over,
entail lower,
female lower,
laying over,
obtained over,
paper over,
prevailed over,
reign over,
staying over,
veil over,
making over,
raking over,
to make over,
preside over,
unlike homer,
became older,
became owners,
became sober,
contain motor,
contain older,
contain polar,
decade older,
delayed motor

5 syllables:
compensate owners,
creator owner

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