Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with carrom:

2 syllables:
pan am,
what am,
nor am,
or am,
add some,
and am,
at some,
back some,
bat yam,
black gum,
black humour,
cad cam,
grand am,
had come,
had some,
langue comme,
laugh comes,
nach dem,
passe comme,
sad sam,
shall come,
splash dam,
takes some,
than some,
that come,
that sam,
that some,
that sum,
track comes,
wham bam,
what some,
at him,
catch him,
drag him,
draw some,
had him,
hang him,
know some,
pass him,
saw some,
show some,
snow gum,
than him,
though some,
add an,
add on,
at an,
at on,
at ten,
back an,
back on,
bag on,
bang on,
bash on,
black on,
cap on,
cash on,
catch on,
chang an,
clap on,
class on,
crack on,
dab on,
drag on,
fat hen,
fat on,
flag on,
flash on,
flat on,
glass on,
grass on,
hack on,
had an,
had done,
had hung,
had on,
hang on,
hat on,
latch on,
laugh when,
map on,
mass on,
pack on,
pass an,
pass on,
pat on,
patch on,
path on,
plan an,
plan on,
rat on

3 syllables:
attack comes,
barrage jam,
attack him,
abram man,
attack on,
japan on

4 syllables:
really am,
abraham man

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