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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with skellum:

5 letters:
et en,
et un


6 letters:
fil am,
but am,
air on,
bet on,
egg on,
err on,
et une


7 letters:
fell on,
hell on,
sell on,
tell on,
well on,
air dam,
cell as,
fell as,
sell up,
tell us,
web cam,
well as,
well up,
here am,
is some,
lit hum,
met him,
set him,
bear an,
bear on,
care on,
dead on,
debt on,
edge on,
hair on,
head on


8 letters:
where am,
dwell on,
bare bum,
bear jam,
cell has,
met some,
set some,
smell up,
swell up,
west ham,
yet come,
yet some,
bear him,
lead him,
this sum,
chair on,
check on,
death on,
hotel on,
ahead on


9 letters:
sell some,
cell lung,
well hung,
bear some,
check dam,
hair comb,
them come,
them some,
felt some,
held some,
bless him,
fetch him,
plus some,
spare him,
this some,
thus some,
breath on,
heath hen,
compel us,
hotel has,
upset him,
butea gum


10 letters:
share some,
where some,
this psalm,
as well as,
express an


11 letters:
check comes,
delle acque,
faire comme,
femme comme,
nelle acque,
terre comme,
shell combs,
shell comes,
smell comes,
tunel assay,
unless some


12 letters:
possess some,
address some


13 letters:
bethel a.m.e.,
addressed him


Some other possibilities:

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