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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with look to:

2 syllables:
book so,
looks so,
took no,
took so,
book co.,
cooked whole,
looked so,
took two,
brood cow,
bush cow,
good now,
stood so,
book does,
book shows,
books whose,
brooke wrote,
cooke wrote,
hook bone,
hook nose,
poor who,
pure tone,
took note,
book oath,
book one,
cooked mode,
took one,
big toe,
thick dough,
christ who,
deck shoe,
dip toe,
dipped toe,
in tow,
just how,
just who,
parent who,
bull nose,
bull rope,
floor loan,
floor shone,
floor showed,
floor shows,
foot note,
foote wrote,
full boat,
good folk,
good road,
goods whose,
moor coal,
moore showed,
moore shows,
stood those,
wood coal,
wood mote,
wood note,
woods hole,
woods whose,
but how,
but who,
it who,
yet how,
yet who,
good home,
good hope,
good oh,
good one,
book post,
book should,
book would,
books known,
books owned,
books showed


3 syllables:
affect how,
predict how,
subject who,
cookie dough,
adult who,
agent who,
le duc tho,
contour shown,
contour shows,
woman who,
addict whose,
affect one,
affect whole,
conduct whose,
conflict whose,
effect whose,
expect no,
object whose,
perfect whole,
product whose,
project whose,
select one,
select whole,
subject so,
subject whose,
subjects who,
azure stone


4 syllables:
director who


Some other possibilities:

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