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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with theorem:

6 letters:
by gum,
by sam,
my mum,
why am,
by jim


7 letters:
bee gum,
by some,
pica em,
qui tam,
dry run,
ski run,
by rev.,
dry rub,
see ref,
by them,
beat on


8 letters:
my thumb,
see some,
try some,
why some,
they ran,
they run,
dry sump,
east ham,
eat some,
keep mum,
ski jump,
dry hump,
beat him,
feed him,
feel him,
keep him,
meet him,
need him,
read him,
see them,
seek him,
seen him,
sees him,
tie them,
try them,
beach on,
pea comb,
ivy arum,
mia hamm,
areas on


9 letters:
they come,
sleep rem,
beach bum,
been some,
feel some,
keep some,
meet some,
need some,
peach jam,
read some,
seek some,
seen some,
sweet gum,
free them,
greet him,
leave him,
reach him,
seize him,
teach him,
treat him,
flea comb,
obey them,
a week on,
agreed on,
appeal on,
asleep on


10 letters:
dream come,
leave some,
reach some,
speed hump,
these come,
steel drum,
please him,
curry comb,
cherry rum,
achieve an


11 letters:
creek comes,
green thumb,
please come,
chinese yam,
entry comes,
believe him,
receive him,
release him,
relieve him,
succeed him


12 letters:
beauty comes,
please ma'am,
surely comes,
achieve some,
receive some,
tierra firme


14 letters:
critique comes,
machine hummed


Some other possibilities:

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