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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with Sappho:

2 syllables:
staff who,
at how,
at to,
back hoe,
black cow,
cat to,
class who,
fat to,
flat to,
hat to,
hwang ho,
jack o,
lad who,
sat to,
than how,
than no,
than now,
that ho,
that how,
that to,
track hoe,
what ho,
what to,
craft to,
draft to,
graph to,
graph whose,
shaft to,
staff to,
staff whose,
act to,
add one,
add to,
allow one,
and do,
and how,
and who,
apt to,
ask how,
ask who,
at. no,
at home,
at low,
at no,
at no.,
at one,
at so,
at tho,
at two,
at whose,
back home,
back now,
back one,
back row,
back so,
back to,
bad one,
bad to,
bag to,
bath to,
black coach,
black coal,
black coat,
black code,
black hole,
black oak,
black one,
black to,
blacks who,
brash oak,
cap to,
cash cow,
cash to,
cast to,
cat hole,
catch one,
class to,
class whose,
dashed to,
e and oe,
fact to,
fast to,
flag to,
flash showed,
gap to,
glad to,
glass to,
glass whose,
grande do,
grant to,
grass to


3 syllables:
adapt to,
attach to,
attached to,
attack to,
attack whose,
contact to,
daddy o


4 syllables:
diplomat whose,
embassy to


Some other possibilities:

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