Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with takeover:

8 letters:
day over,
pay over,
way over

9 letters:
rake over,
came over,
fail over,
game over,
gave over,
have over,
laid over,
made over,
pave over,
rate over,
said over,
stay over,
sway over,
male odor,
give over,
lies over,
life over,
line over,
ride over,
time over,
away over,
veil over

10 letters:
place over,
state over,
stays over,
makes over,
drive over,
fight over,
light over,
right over,
slide over,
while over,
paper over,
reign over

11 letters:
chain owner,
slave owner,
space solar,
brake rotor,
draped over,
gained over,
glazed over,
naked owner,
placed over,
raised over,
states over,
makes overt,
stride over,
blade rotor,
eight older,
debate over,
laying over,
making over,
raking over

12 letters:
place soever,
stake holder,
blade holder,
change owner,
claim holder,
prevail over,
became owner,
estate owner,
female owner,
became overt,
debates over,
entail lower,
female lower,
staying over,
to make over,
preside over,
unlike homer,
became older,
became sober,
decade older

13 letters:
obtained over,
became owners,
contain motor,
contain older,
contain polar,
delayed motor,
creator owner

14 letters:
prevailed over

15 letters:
translate homer

17 letters:
compensate owners

Some other possibilities:

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