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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with just now:

2 syllables:
crust dough,
must do,
must go,
plus two,
thus two,
trust co.,
bus to,
but no,
dust to,
get no,
let no,
must note,
must to,
put no,
stress to,
thus no,
thus to,
trust to,
twice to,
youngest known,
has two,
was two,
front row,
nam tso,
parents who,
some two,
then two,
up two,
when two,
gas to,
has no,
has to,
thus do,
touches to,
u.s. to,
was no,
was to,
be up to,
beg to,
blood to,
blush to,
brush to,
but do,
but go,
but low,
but so,
but two,
can to,
chief to,
club to,
clung to,
come to,
crushed to,
cup to,
cut two,
done to,
drug to,
dust bowl,
dust coat,
front to,
fun to,
get go,
get so,
get two,
gun to,
judge to,
leg to,
let go,
love to

3 syllables:
adjust to,
advice to,
arise to,
attest to,
office to,
unjust to,
uses two,
added two,
adults who,
agents who,
extent do,
results so,
expressed no,
possessed no,
uses to,
acid to,
added to,
adjust those,
adult knows,
adult to,
adult who,
ascent to,
assent to,
become to,
begun to,
conduct known,
conduct to,
extent known,
extent to,
extra stroke,
i beg to

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