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

2 syllables:
you do,
grew so,
group o,
group who,
jews who,
knew no,
knew now,
knew so,
moo cow,
prove how,
school who,
soul who,
too low,
tzu po,
you go,
you no,
you now,
you so,
few who,
fruit whose,
jew who,
knew how,
knew who,
pou sto,
thou who,
true toad,
you how,
you owe,
you two,
you who,
smooth dough,
viewed whole,
whoop de do,
blew nose,
blue coat,
blue joke,
blue nose,
blue note,
blue roan,
choose one,
choose whole,
crews whose,
fuse hole,
gnu goat,
group home,
group whose,
groups who,
loo roll,
loop hole,
move one,
new bone,
new code,
new mode,
new note,
new pope,
new road,
new role,
room so,
school whose,
screw shown,
shoes whose,
shrew mole,
threw those,
too slow,
troops who,
truth those,
truth whose,
use no,
use one,
use so,
views whose,
you chose,
you grow,
you lose,
you note,
you showed,
you throw,
you wrote,
blue stone,
bruce stone


3 syllables:
remove dough,
study how,
balloon note,
produce no,
produce one,
produce whole,
remove whole,
review showed,
review shows,
review those,
review wrote,
ruler who,
subgroup whose,
user who,
you know who,
compute those,
confute those


4 syllables:
absolute whole,
molecule whose,
computer whose


Some other possibilities:

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