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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coelom:

2 syllables:
do come,
do some,
go some,
how come,
how some,
now come,
now some,
pro tem,
so come,
so some,
throw some,
to come,
to some,
to sum,
toe jam,
who come,
ho hum,
hold em,
how am,
pro am,
so am,
who am,
whole psalm,
aol im,
hole on,
role on,
roll on,
toll on,
bow leg,
chose comme,
do let,
do love,
does come,
dough comes,
goal as,
goal has,
hole up,
how comes,
lose some,
no love,
no luck,
now comes,
now let,
quotes psalm,
road hump,
role as,
role has,
roll up,
rose comb,
rose gum,
scroll up,
showed some,
shown some,
shows some,
smoke comes,
smoked ham,
so let,
stroke comes,
to jump,
to let,
to love,
to stem,
who comes,
who let,
who love,
whole as,
whole has,
wrote some,
could come,
pole jump,
should come,
to la,
whole comes,
would come,
would some,
choy sum,
crow jim,
do them,
drove him,
known him,
knows him,
lose him,
owed him,
showed him,
shown him,
shows him,
so dimm,
throw them,
to them,
wrote him


3 syllables:
chateau yquem,
embryo comes,
lower sum,
no see um,
cryo em,
above him,
approach him,
unto them,
above an,
above on


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