Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sum total:

3 syllables:
some local,
some social,
trump hotels,
when local,
when social,
young local,
young noble,
young social,
blood coagul,
but local,
but social,
chief local,
chief social,
dutch local,
dutch social,
judge social,
rural social,
stress local,
such local,
such social,
front focal,
jon postel,
chief postal,
dutch coastal,
judge goettel,
rural coastal,
rural local,
rural postal,
stress social,
trust local,
u.s. postal,
caixa postal,
conto delle,
plush hotels,
strand hotel,
jethro tull,
wales hotel,
wretched hovel,
convey social,
man to man,
tongue coated,
young nobles,
young noted

4 syllables:
become focal,
become local,
become noble,
become social,
become vocal,
become mobile,
urban local,
urban social,
added local,
added social,
office local,
unless local,
allan stoekl,
augment local,
confront local,
confront social,
extent local,
extent social,
urban coastal,
adult social,
become coated,
become global,
become noted,
becomes mobile,
becomes social,
conduct local,
conduct social,
consult local,
extra local,
extra social,
famous social,
office social,
primum mobile,
summer social,
unjust social,
unless social,
summit hotel,
urban hotels,
budget hotels,
budget totaled,
budget totals,
famous hotels,
primate social,
primate vocal,
ireland social,
become loaded,
hyatt hotels,
science social,
summer hotels

5 syllables:
reconstruct social,
summary totals

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