Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with twosome:

5 letters:
so am

6 letters:
ho hum,
how am,
pro am,
who am,
no son,
to san,
do sul,
aol im

7 letters:
do some,
go some,
so some,
do come,
pro tem,
so come,
to come,
toe jam,
to stem,
do such,
hold em,
no such,
to jump,
to such,
two sub,
do them,
does an,
does on,
goes on,
rose on,
so dimm,
cryo em

8 letters:
how some,
now some,
how come,
now come,
who come,
choy sum,
rose gum,
gross up,
how such,
now such,
two such,
post dam,
lose him,
blows on,
close on,
crow jim,
flows on,
grows on,
owed him,
shows an,
shows on,
those on,
arose on,
arose as,
zero sum

9 letters:
lose some,
does come,
rose comb,
how comes,
now comes,
road hump,
who comes,
ghost gum,
knows him,
shows him,
drove him,
known him,
shown him,
throws on,
lower sum,
no see um,
over some,
above him

10 letters:
throw some,
shown some,
shows some,
wrote some,
smoked ham,
would some,
showed him,
throw them,
allow some,
no see ums,
propose an,
suppose an

11 letters:
showed some,
whole psalm,
chose comme,
dough comes,
smoke comes,
toward some

12 letters:
quotes psalm,
stroke comes,
embryo comes,
showing some,
approach him

13 letters:
chateau yquem

Some other possibilities:

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