Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with biomed:

2 syllables:
high toned,
eye could,
fine old,
like old,
might hold,
psyche could,
reich could,
slime mold,
slime mould,
spike could,
strike could,
thigh should,
thigh would,
wise old,
high road,
day old,
lay hold,
may hold,
high hopes,
buy one,
files owned,
lines owned,
mines owned,
rights owned,
sites owned,
whites owned,
bribe could,
bribe would,
bride could,
bride should,
bride would,
bright could,
bright would,
brine should,
brine would,
bryce could,
bryce would,
child obeyed,
chile could,
chile should,
chile would,
chloride could,
chloride should,
chloride would,
clive could,
clive should,
clive would,
clyde could,
clyde would,
cries could,
cries would,
crime could,
crime should,
crime would

3 syllables:
chiefly owned,
a high old,
briefly showed,
today owned,
chiefly aimed,
acquire homes,
acquire would,
alive could,
alive should,
alive would,
arrive would,
aside should,
aside would,
bio mass,
briefly closed,
buyer could,
buyer should,
buyer would,
combine would,
decide should,
decide would,
decline could,
decline should,
decline would,
delight could,
delight should,
delight would,
describe could,
describe would,
design could,
design holds,
design should,
design would,
desire could,
desire should,
desire would,
devise would,
divide could,
divide would,
divine could,
divine should,
divine would

4 syllables:
families owned,
appetite could,
appetite should,
appetite would

Some other possibilities:

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