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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pelham:

2 syllables:
sell some,
air dam,
bare bum,
bear jam,
bear some,
check dam,
faire comme,
femme comme,
hair comb,
met some,
set some,
share some,
terre comme,
them come,
them some,
web cam,
west ham,
where some,
yet come,
yet some,
felt some,
held some,
shell combs,
shell comes,
smell comes,
where am,
belle femme,
felt him,
held him,
help him,
sell them,
still come,
still some,
tell them,
tells him,
till some,
will come,
will some,
cell can,
cells on,
dwelled on,
dwells on,
dwelt on,
else on,
felt an,
felt on,
held an,
held on,
help on,
knelt on,
tell when,
tells on,
well done,
well run,
well then,
well when,
air pump,
bears some,
bell was,
belle chasse,
belt up,
bread comes,
bread crumb,
breast tumour,
breath comes,
c'est comme,
cell was,
cells as,
cells has,
death comes,
else as,
else has,
felt as,
felt up,
flesh comes,
health as,
health has,
held as,
held up,
hell was

3 syllables:
address some,
possess some,
compel them,
compelled him,
uncle sam,
until some,
accept some,
access comes,
any sum,
bethel a.m.e.,
better come,
carry some,
cherry rum,
compels us,
direct sum,
ever come,
except some,
expect some,
expressed some,
gerry schum

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