Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with law firm:

2 syllables:
half term,
court terme,
half heard,
long term,
short term,
the long term,
the short term,
all firms,
faux fur,
for firms,
half her,
small firms,
at term,
that term,
all heard,
broad earth,
cough worse,
drawn hearse,
for earth,
jaw jerk,
or earth,
or heard,
or hurt,
saw wort,
small earth,
smaller earth,
straw purse,
though burke,
though church,
terra firme,
ball fern,
half turn,
wall fern,
all er,
all her,
all terms,
bore her,
break of serve,
broad terms,
call her,
caught her,
corn worm,
court termed,
court terms,
cross terms,
for her,
for terms,
nor her,
or her,
short terms,
small worms,
sought her,
store sperm,
strong terms,
talk terms,
taught her,
though earth,
though first,
thought her

3 syllables:
autre homme,
default terms,
among firms,
because firms,
along earth,
among earth,
because earth,
before heard,
enough firms,
acorn worm,
along her,
among her,
among terms,
author aimed,
autre comme,
autre femme,
because her,
because sperm,
because terms,
before her,
broader realm,
broader theme,
former home,
longer aimed,
longer term,
longer time,
order him,
restore her,
saucer dome,
smaller homes,
transport terms,
water arum,
water bomb,
water came,
water elm,
water gum,
water hemp,
water lime,
water ram,
water thyme,
water yam

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