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

2 syllables:
had low,
had no,
had now,
had so,
mad cow,
shad roe,
at how,
had two,
lad who,
that ho,
that how,
what ho,
that do,
what do,
and do,
and how,
and who,
at. no,
at low,
at no,
at no.,
at so,
at tho,
at two,
e and oe,
grande do,
land ho,
shall do,
than do,
that co,
that go,
that joe,
that low,
that no,
that now,
that so,
that tho,
that two,
what no,
what now,
what so,
what two,
ask how,
ask who,
back now,
back row,
back so,
blacks who,
cash cow,
hath no,
shall go,
shall no,
shall now,
shall so,
than go,
than low,
track shoe,
act no.,
act one,
act so,
and co,
and co.,
and go,
and low,
and no,
and now,
and row,
and so,
ant cow,
asked how,
asked who,
back hoe,
bad joke,
black cow,
blast hole,
class who,
craft whose,
fact no,
fact one,
fact so,
fast one,
grant no.,
had known,
had shown,
had those,
hand so,
hwang ho,
jack o,
land so,
last hope,
last one,
last row,
last two


3 syllables:
o and o,
abstract whole,
actor who,
had a cow,
hammer toe,
ladies who,
mallet toe


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