Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with iso:

2 syllables:
bite to,
bye to,
eye to,
fight to,
five o,
flight to,
fly to,
guy to,
height to,
high go,
high low,
high to,
knight who,
life who,
light to,
like how,
might to,
mine who,
nigh to,
night to,
quite to,
right to,
sight to,
site to,
slight to,
tight to,
time how,
time who,
type o,
type who,
white to,
wife who,
write to,
eyes so,
give so,
guy who,
high hoe,
life so,
light so,
like so,
line so,
live so,
nice one,
nice to,
night so,
price to,
quite so,
rice to,
right so,
side so,
slice whole,
time so,
tried so,
while so,
whites who,
case so,
day so,
face so,
may so,
place so,
play so,
way so,
beings who,
eyes to,
flies to,
flies whose,
lies low,
lies to,
prize to,
rise to,
size to,
ties to,
tribes who,
wise one,
wise to,
wives who,
ai koan

3 syllables:
briefly to,
chiefly to,
decide how,
decide who,
delight to,
describe how,
divide dough,
polite to,
sufficed to,
away so,
describes how,
guys who,
supplies to,
surprise to,
unwise to,
alive to,
alive whose,
arrive to,
aside to

4 syllables:
families who,
expertise to,
families to,
families whose

Some other possibilities:

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