Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with symptoms:

2 syllables:
pinch comes,
prince comes,
print comes,
script comes,
things comes,
christ comes,
ear plugs,
guilt comes,
lives comes,
shear studs,
shift comes,
skills comes,
years comes,
lump sums,
being comes,
cousin comes,
drink comes,
spring comes,
string comes,
thing comes,
think comes,
wicked tongues,
bridge comes,
chill comes,
fixed as,
here comes,
it comes,
paris comes,
skill comes,
smith comes,
sphere comes,
still comes,
there comes,
this comes,
thrill comes,
which comes,
inch guns,
bring drugs,
built as,
christ as,
christ has,
filled lungs,
him was,
his cousins,
in shreds,
in the suds,
jim was,
lips as,
list as,
list has,
minke whales,
ship was,
ships as,
six guns,
spring floods,
spring scales,
swift as,
trip was,
winged gulls,
billed gulls,
bridge clubs,
christ loves,
fish scales,
milk jugs,
paris clubs,
strip clubs,
thick scales,
thick shrubs,
thick skulls,
with clubs,
with drugs,
climb stairs

3 syllables:
conflict comes,
until crumbs,
timber comes,
bishop comes,
career comes,
image comes,
limit comes,
attempt has,
input comes,
simple tunes,
symptom is,
conflict as,
conflict has,
exist as,
simple as,
simply as,
simply comes,
symptom in,
symptom might,
symptom of,
system as,
system has,
system whose,
assump tions,
subgrid scales,
aching lungs

4 syllables:
natalis comes,
kiwanis clubs

Some other possibilities:

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