Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with iso:

6 letters:
bye to,
eye to,
five o,
fly to,
guy to,
type o,
day so,
may so,
way so

7 letters:
bite to,
high go,
high to,
nigh to,
site to,
eyes so,
give so,
guy who,
life so,
like so,
line so,
live so,
nice to,
rice to,
side so,
time so,
case so,
face so,
play so,
eyes to,
lies to,
rise to,
size to,
ties to,
wise to,
ai koan,
away so

8 letters:
fight to,
high low,
life who,
light to,
like how,
might to,
mine who,
night to,
quite to,
right to,
sight to,
tight to,
time how,
time who,
type who,
white to,
wife who,
write to,
high hoe,
light so,
nice one,
night so,
price to,
quite so,
right so,
tried so,
while so,
place so,
flies to,
lies low,
prize to,
wise one,
guys who,
alive to,
aside to

9 letters:
flight to,
height to,
slight to,
wives who,
polite to,
unwise to,
arrive to

10 letters:
knight who,
whites who,
beings who,
tribes who,
briefly to,
chiefly to,
decide how,
decide who,
delight to

11 letters:
slice whole,
flies whose,
sufficed to,
supplies to,
surprise to,
alive whose,
families to

12 letters:
describe how,
divide dough,
families who,
expertise to

13 letters:
describes how

14 letters:
families whose

Some other possibilities:

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