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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with accede to:

2 syllables:
brie de meaux,
need no,
need now,
read so,
fried dough,
knead dough,
need do,
need two,
ski tow,
they do,
why do,
sweet dough,
wheat dough,
by two,
my two,
please do,
see two,
these do,
beef cow,
been so,
by blow,
by slow,
chiefs who,
dry blow,
each row,
feel no,
feel so,
free flow,
free throw,
green shoe,
leave no,
leave now,
peep bo,
please go,
seem so,
seen so,
sees no,
sky glow,
speak no,
speak so,
steel co.,
these low,
these now,
these so,
they flow,
they grow,
they throw,
very slow,
bead roll,
beast whose,
been no,
been two,
breed known,
breed shows,
by co,
by joe,
by low,
by no,
by now,
by so,
by stone,
by tho,
cgi joe,
chi rho,
clients who,
dry cow,
dry sow,
dry stone,
dry stove,
each two,
feel how,
freed those,
g.i. joe,
gi joe,
green knowe,
hi lo,
hi po,
key stone,
lean tos,
least no,
least one

3 syllables:
seedy toe,
believe so,
machine co.,
receive no,
release no.,
reveals how,
unsteady flow,
kneaded dough,
believe how,
chinese who,
client who,
conceive how,
deceased whose,
decree no.,
envied those,
exceed those,
leaders who

4 syllables:
already so

Some other possibilities:

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