Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bohrium:

2 syllables:
ned rorem,
nor am,
or am,
the forum,
xtp forum,
youth forum,
for some,
north am,
or come,
or some

3 syllables:
kauri gum,
sorry ma'am,
story on,
bawdy humour,
glory as,
lowry assay,
story as,
story has,
glory comes,
salt rheum,
story comes,
though freedom,
a forum,
ideal forum,
for even,
for reason,
more even,
more reason,
nor even,
or even,
or reason,
or region,
quarry man,
saw reason,
shore region,
stories on,
story can,
though reason,
trough region,
cross sea,
for evil,
glory was,
or evil,
poetry as,
poetry has,
score reaches,
stories as,
story but,
story was,
before some,
broad freedom,
encore comme,
explore some,
for freedom,
for sea,
gauge freedom,
more freedom,
or freedom,
or sea,
poetry comes,
sought freedom,
stories comes

4 syllables:
maori hen,
really am,
before even,
before reason,
korea in,
korea has,
korea is,
maori chief,
story ahead,
because freedom,
before freedom,
before vietnam,
glorious realm,
glorious theme,
korea seemed,
korea seems,
korea times,
korean names,
lawrie tatum,
orion arm,
restore freedom,
story assumes,
story become,
story poems,
strawberry comb,
strawberry jam,
transport theorem

5 syllables:
victoria in,
victoria earle,
victoria heard,
victoria house,
degree of freedom,
pictorial theme,
priori assumed,
victoria plum,
victoria rooms,
victoria seemed

6 syllables:
transitory income

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