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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brand-new:

2 syllables:
and knew,
and new,
and drew,
and few,
and thou,
and too,
hand you,
add new,
had new,
grant you,
chance you,
plan view,
that drew,
whats new,
found new,
and move,
at new,
than too,
that knew,
that new,
what new,
and blue,
and choose,
and food,
and grew,
and june,
and soon,
and soul,
and threw,
and true,
and use,
brand goose,
canned food,
glad you,
grand boule,
grand chute,
grand coup,
grand cru,
had few,
had too,
had you,
hand hewn,
hand loom,
hand tool,
land use,
than you,
that due,
chuang tzu,
bad news,
bran new,
damn you,
fact you,
grand duke,
hast thou,
last few,
past due,
past few,
sad news,
sand dune,
span new,
than new,
ask you,
batch queue,
black blue,
brass screw,
cat flu,
class queue,
takes you,
tax due,
that grew,
that view,
called new,
found too,
found you,
john drew,
once knew,
sprat mew,
at kew,
at you,
brant goose,
canst thou,
chang chou,
chang hsueh,
pants suit,
plant food,
plant root,
plant shoot,
quang chieu,
that few,
that thou


3 syllables:
attract new,
around new,
contact you,
many new,
i ask you,
around you,
after new


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