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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with come up to:

3 syllables:
camel toe,
famous stone,
primus stove,
thumb approach,
comet whose,
couples who,
double row,
sullom voe,
drum into,
lam into,
them unto,
can approach,
command whose,
basal tone,
brush approach,
comets whose,
couple who,
descent whose,
double o,
dutch approach,
famous coach,
fossa approach,
has a cow,
jesus who,
judges who,
muscle tone,
precious stone,
scuffle hoe,
stress approach,
suggest how,
summon those,
thumb above,
comment shows,
famous prose,
famous toast,
judgment whose,
primus stoves,
puppet whose,
struck a pose,
flung into,
man into,
men into,
ran into,
run into,
son into,
stung into,
swung into,
then into,
blood into,
but into,
cut into,
dug into,
gas into,
get into,
it unto,
let into,
little toe,
luck into,
much into,
pigeon toe,
plug into,
put into,
rub into,
rush into,
san pablo,
stuck into,
tuck into,
was into,
woman so,
canal boat,
canal coal,
canal known,
canal shows,
double dome,
genus known,
renan wrote,
russia broke,
venus shows

4 syllables:
unless somehow,
added approach,
agile approach,
alice munro,
asset approach,
ended approach,
prodrug approach,
family who,
famous chateau,
famous photo,
becoming so,
fossa below,
genus aloe,
genus homo,
menus allow,
o'connell wrote,
pliable dough

Some other possibilities:

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