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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with khufu:

2 syllables:
foo foo,
fu fu,
too few,
boo boo,
choo choo,
coo coo,
doo doo,
few new,
fu chou,
goo goo,
hsu chou,
ju ju,
knew too,
knew you,
mu shu,
poo poo,
pooh pooh,
rue du,
screw you,
sou sou,
too too,
woo woo,
wou wou,
wu shu,
you knew,
you too,
you you,
blue flu,
boo hoo,
frou frou,
hoo hoo,
new food,
wu hou,
yoo hoo,
you fool,
blue glue,
blue goose,
blue moon,
blue room,
blue suit,
boo boos,
choo choos,
csu dsu,
dsu csu,
food you,
goo goos,
move you,
new moon,
new rule,
new suit,
new tool,
new view,
pooh poohs,
prove too,
queue queue,
screw loose,
shoot you,
soon you,
suit you,
too soon,
too true,
true blue,
tu whoo,
use you,
whoop de doo,
woo woos,
you choose,
you move,
you shoot,
you soon,
you use,
you view,
soul food,
spoon food,
by few,
chih fu,
how few,
so few,
though few,
very few,
blue-eyed soul,
blue eyed soul,
boob tube,
cube root,
du louvre,
flew the coop,
freud viewed,
group choose,
group viewed,
loose screw,
loose shoes,
loose stool

3 syllables:
a screw loose,
acute tooth,
assume you,
produce new,
hula hoop

4 syllables:
absolute truth

Some other possibilities:

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