Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with theorem:

2 syllables:
bee gum,
by gum,
by sam,
by some,
my mum,
my thumb,
pica em,
qui tam,
see some,
they come,
try some,
why some,
sleep rem,
why am,
dry run,
ski run,
they ran,
they run,
beach bum,
beauty comes,
been some,
by rev.,
creek comes,
dream come,
dry rub,
dry sump,
east ham,
eat some,
feel some,
green thumb,
keep mum,
keep some,
leave some,
meet some,
need some,
peach jam,
please come,
please ma'am,
reach some,
read some,
see ref,
seek some,
seen some,
ski jump,
speed hump,
surely comes,
sweet gum,
these come,
dry hump,
steel drum,
beat him,
by jim,
by them,
feed him,
feel him,
free them,
greet him,
keep him,
leave him,
meet him,
need him,
please him,
reach him,
read him,
see them,
seek him,
seen him,
sees him,
seize him,
teach him,
tie them,
treat him,
try them,
beach on,
beat on

3 syllables:
achieve some,
chinese yam,
critique comes,
curry comb,
entry comes,
flea comb,
machine hummed,
pea comb,
receive some,
cherry rum,
ivy arum,
mia hamm,
tierra firme,
believe him,
obey them,
receive him,
release him,
relieve him,
succeed him,
a week on,
achieve an,
agreed on,
appeal on,
areas on,
asleep on

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