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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blue joke:

2 syllables:
bruce spoke,
food yolk,
fumed oak,
you spoke,
crude jokes,
screw shown,
you chose,
you showed,
blew nose,
choose one,
choose whole,
crews whose,
fruit whose,
fuse hole,
gnu goat,
group home,
group whose,
loo roll,
loop hole,
move one,
new bone,
new code,
new mode,
new note,
new pope,
new road,
new role,
school whose,
shoes whose,
shrew mole,
threw those,
true toad,
truth those,
truth whose,
use one,
viewed whole,
views whose,
you lose,
you note,
you wrote,
screw jack,
bruce stokes,
clue to,
crew to,
cue to,
drew to,
due to,
few to,
flew to,
freud spoke,
fruit to,
grew so,
grew to,
group broke,
group o,
group spoke,
group who,
groups spoke,
hew to,
jew to,
jews who,
knew no,
knew now,
knew one,
knew so,
knew to,
loose cloak,
moo cow,
new home,
new hope,
new one,
new to,
prove how,
root to,
school broke,
school who


3 syllables:
louis houck,
produce smoke,
reduce smoke,
review showed,
review shows,
balloon note,
produce one,
produce whole,
remove whole,
review those,
review wrote,
subgroup whose,
accrue to,
bluejack oak,
dilute to,
lewis spoke,
reduce stroke,
remove smoke,
review to,
salute to,
shumard oak


4 syllables:
absolute whole,
molecule whose,
refugee whose


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