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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with seamus:

2 syllables:
routine assay,
by bus,
by thus,
keep us,
leave us,
meet us,
pci bus,
reach us,
sheet ice,
teach us,
they thus,
treat us,
by ice,
by us,
cea assay,
dry ice,
my ass,
sea ice,
see us,
team must,
they must,
why must,
beam is,
by miss,
cream is,
dream is,
realm is,
scheme is,
steam is,
stream is,
team is,
theme is,
been thus,
dream as,
scheme as,
scheme has,
seem as,
team as,
team has,
beam up,
by just,
by man,
by men,
by much,
dream on,
dream up,
free man,
free men,
freeze ups,
keeps us,
leaves us,
my man,
my men,
my mum,
reached us,
roughly twice,
see just,
see men,
see much,
seem an,
seem much,
steam up,
team on,
team up,
they just,
three bucks,
three men,
very man,
very men,
very much,
why men,
cream puffs,
cream twice,
each must,
fry ups,
stream twice,
these must,
three monks,
tie ups


3 syllables:
elisa assay,
release assay,
schema is,
extreme is,
china house,
china is,
degree pulse,
keep a house,
received us,
relief ass'n,
repeat twice,
theta house,
extreme roughness,
freeman house,
sea is


4 syllables:
rhodesia house,
area is,
area must,
employee must,
idea is


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