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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with leedom:

2 syllables:
qui tam,
bee gum,
by gum,
by sam,
by some,
my mum,
my thumb,
pica em,
see some,
they come,
try some,
why some,
need some,
read some,
speed hump,
why am,
read him,
by don,
east ham,
eat some,
feed on,
meet some,
need an,
read an,
read on,
speed on,
sweet gum,
they done,
tied on,
beach bum,
beauty comes,
been some,
creek comes,
dream come,
dry sump,
feed up,
feel some,
freed up,
geed up,
green thumb,
hi def,
keep mum,
keep some,
leave some,
need as,
peach jam,
please come,
please ma'am,
reach some,
read as,
read up,
seek some,
seen some,
ski jump,
sleep rem,
speed as,
speed up,
surely comes,
these come,
they dug,
three dutch,
tied up,
tree duck,
very dull,
dry hump,
feed pump,
green domes,
needs some,
screen dump,
speed bump,
speed comes,
speed humps,
steel drum

3 syllables:
agreed on,
proceed on,
achieve some,
agreed as,
chinese yam,
critique comes,
curry comb,
entry comes,
flea comb,
machine hummed,
pea comb,
proceed as,
receive some,
succeed as,
achieved some,
beaver dam,
mia hamm,
needed him,
needle loom,
received some

4 syllables:
already come,
already some,
preceded him,
succeeded him

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