Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chromatism:

5 letters:
is an,
is on

6 letters:
fil am,
in sum,
in mem,
in rem,
but am,
his on,
in him,
bid on

7 letters:
is some,
here am,
lit hum,
bis zum,
dim sum,
if some,
in some,
is come,
it some,
it come,
lib dem,
mit dem,
tim tam,
bid him,
did him,
fit him,
his son,
hit him,
is hung,
is sung,
kiss on,
piss on,
this an,
this on,
win him,
big gun

8 letters:
this sum,
did some,
him some,
with sam,
did come,
him come,
wing dam,
kiss him,
miss him,
fear him,
hear him,
kill him,
near him,
paris on,
pick him,
this son,
where am,
wish him,
with him,
being an,
being on

9 letters:
this some,
hear some,
here some,
his thumb,
is summed,
till some,
were some,
which sum,
will some,
with some,
here come,
were come,
will come,
plus some,
thus some,
bring him,
cheer him,
with them,
visit him,
admit him,
adding an,
appear on,
berlin on

10 letters:
this psalm,
being some,
bring some,
his humour,
since some,
still some,
there some,
which some,
ill humour,
still come,
there come,
which come,
being hung,
until some,
asking him

11 letters:
chewing gum,
things come,
adding some,
unless some

12 letters:
possess some

Some other possibilities:

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