Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dumb show:

2 syllables:
hung chow,
but know,
let know,
can know,
men know,
then know,
bummed out,
combs out,
come down,
comes out,
drummed out,
drums out,
dumbed down,
jump out,
let me know,
plump out,
pump house,
pump out,
some doubt,
some four,
thump out,
trump out,
brush house,
bum out,
comb out,
come out,
crush out,
drum out,
flush out,
rush hour,
rush out,
him know,
lunch hour,
lunch out,
punch out,
them know,
bulge out,
can doubt,
can your,
done your,
fen fowl,
flunk out,
front house,
gun down,
hung down,
hunt out,
man down,
parent house,
parent ought,
punt out,
ran down,
run down,
run your,
runs out,
swung south,
ten four,
then down,
then pour,
then your,
tuned out,
when four,
when your,
young mouse,
young mouth,
young south,
beg your,
brush down,
bugged out,
bugs out,
bulk out,
bust out,
but four,
but your,
butts out,
chief south,
chief town,
chucked out,
chucks out,
cirrus pouch,
crushed out,
cut down,
cut your,
cuts out,
douglas pouch,
duck down

3 syllables:
ala tau,
become your,
extra mouth,
bunny chow,
orange house,
ireland house,
ireland ought,
of ones own,
on ones own,
puppy chow,
urban south,
acid snow,
adult house,
beloved house,
conduct ought

Some other possibilities:

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