Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tantrum:

2 syllables:
and come,
and some,
passed some,
cont. rem,
cont rem,
and am,
grand am,
at some,
bat yam,
grant comes,
last trump,
plant comes,
than some,
that come,
that sam,
that some,
that sum,
the last trump,
what some,
pan am,
what am,
ask some,
black stem,
flax comb,
and ran,
and run,
ayant comme,
bang the drum,
grant them,
plant them,
quang trung,
want some,
add some,
and drug,
bass drum,
black drums,
cad cam,
gland tumour,
had come,
had some,
hand pump,
langue comme,
nach dem,
plant can,
plant young,
plants on,
sad sam,
splash dam,
wham bam,
back some,
black gum,
black truck,
branch comes,
chance comes,
crash truck,
dance comes,
danse russe,
draft comes,
grant was,
jack truss,
pant leg,
passe comme,
plant bud,
plant bug,
plant twice,
plant was,
plants as,
plants such,
range comes,
shall come,
takes some,
than twice,
trash truck,
vast sums,
grant him,
slant rhyme,
ant wrens,
at run,
fan tan,
grant an,
plant on,
rat run,
shan tung,
than ten,
that ran,
that run,
ant thrush,
grant us

3 syllables:
advance comes,
after some,
although some,
answer some,
contact comes,
dragon arum,
extract comes,
finance comes,
shasta sam,
arrow arum,
ghatti gum,
granite domes

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