Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bohrium:

5 letters:
or am

6 letters:
nor am,
or sea

7 letters:
or come,
or some,
a forum,
or even,
or evil,
for sea

8 letters:
for some,
north am,
story on,
glory as,
story as,
for even,
nor even,
for evil,
korea in,
korea is

9 letters:
ned rorem,
the forum,
xtp forum,
kauri gum,
story has,
more even,
or reason,
or region,
story can,
cross sea,
glory was,
poetry as,
story but,
story was,
maori hen,
really am,
korea has,
orion arm

10 letters:
salt rheum,
for reason,
quarry man,
saw reason,
stories on,
poetry has,
stories as,
or freedom

11 letters:
youth forum,
sorry ma'am,
lowry assay,
glory comes,
story comes,
ideal forum,
more reason,
before some,
for freedom,
before even,
maori chief,
story ahead,
korea seems,
korea times,
story poems,
victoria in

12 letters:
bawdy humour,
shore region,
encore comme,
explore some,
more freedom,
poetry comes,
korea seemed,
korean names,
lawrie tatum,
story become

13 letters:
though reason,
trough region,
score reaches,
broad freedom,
gauge freedom,
stories comes,
before reason,
story assumes,
victoria plum

14 letters:
though freedom,
sought freedom,
before freedom,
before vietnam,
glorious realm,
glorious theme,
strawberry jam,
victoria earle,
victoria heard,
victoria house,
priori assumed,
victoria rooms

15 letters:
because freedom,
restore freedom,
strawberry comb,
pictorial theme,
victoria seemed

17 letters:
transport theorem,
degree of freedom,
transitory income

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