Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with leukoderma:

3 syllables:
robert a.,
sobre la,
baal hermon,
prof. hermann,
modern man,
cause arousal,
coffer dam,
copper was,
dollar was,
dollars on,
father but,
father can,
father dunne,
father judge,
father schall,
father tongue,
father urban,
father was,
father when,
father young,
fathers on,
from persia,
from urban,
honor judge,
honor was,
john herschel,
occur when,
occurred as,
occurred on,
occurs as,
occurs on,
proper judge,
proper tongue,
proper young,
robber chief,
robber gull,
robert l.,
rocker cam,
rodger young,
roger young,
scholars as,
scotch churches,
trois vertus,
modern dutch,
modern tongue,
modern young,
not arise,
not permit,
block german,
cause thermal,
conjure man,
father as,
father has,
father must,
father on,
from german,
john sherman,
knocker up,
large german,
occur as,
occur on,
pod person,
sobre el,
watts sherman,
blond german,
bombed german

4 syllables:
another man,
bourgeois german,
another but,
another can,
another chief,
another cup,
another dutch,
another judge,
another son,
another such,
another ten,
another tongue,
another was,
another when,
another young,
bourgeois version,
modern era,
another as,
another has,
another on,
bourgeois urban,
compare german,
copper image,
father herman,
father image,
madame merle,
madame permon,
proper homage,
proper image,
regarder comme,
roger mchugh,
sonar image,
bahram mirza

5 syllables:
another image

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