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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with equisetum:

2 syllables:
east ham,
please come,
please ma'am,
by sam,
by some,
least some,
qui tam,
see some,
tree stump,
try some,
why some,
these come,
beach bum,
been some,
dream come,
eat some,
feel some,
green thumb,
keep mum,
keep some,
leave some,
meet some,
need some,
peach jam,
reach some,
read some,
seek some,
seen some,
sleep rem,
sweet gum,
pleased him,
bee stung,
east on,
feast on,
least an,
least on,
least ten,
bee gum,
by gum,
east as,
east has,
free stuff,
keeps mum,
least as,
my mum,
my stuff,
my thumb,
peace comes,
pica em,
piece comes,
they come,
beast comes,
dry sump,
least comes,
why am,
please them,
reached him,
these ten,
beef tongue,
been ten,
breeze comes,
cheese comes,
clean tongue,
grease gun,
greek tongue,
green domes,
green tongue,
heaped on,
leant on,
meant an,
needs some,
peace can,
peace dove,
pious man,
pious young,
please young,
preached on,
reached an,
reached on


3 syllables:
chinese yam,
achieve some,
receive some,
released him,
chinese tongue,
released on,
decreased as,
release comes,
released as,
tee to tum,
release them,
achieved some,
ancient tongue,
areas comes,
beaver dam,
chinese ch'an,
chinese young,
greasy thumb,
ideas comes,
latine tongue,
received some



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