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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with miscue:

2 syllables:
fish queue,
his crew,
his view,
think you,
this view,
is you,
kiss you,
miss you,
pick you,
this you,
brings you,
his blue,
his true,
idée reçue,
inc. new,
is blue,
is true,
pit crew,
rear view,
since you,
skills you,
things you,
think too,
this true,
tis true,
years you,
bid you,
bring you,
fear you,
hear you,
here you,
him you,
his due,
his few,
his new,
his views,
hit you,
in. you,
in you,
is due,
is new,
is too,
it you,
its crew,
its view,
kill you,
near you,
pitch screw,
print queue,
still you,
there you,
thing you,
thinks you,
this new,
this too,
till you,
twin screw,
were you,
which you,
will you,
wish you,
with you,
year you,
his huge,
his use,
is cool,
it grew,
there grew,
this huge,
this use,
which grew,
being true,
big blue,
build new,
if true,
in blue,
in true,
it blew,
it drew,
it flew,
it threw,
its due,
its new,
pierre drieu,
ring true,
since few


3 syllables:
assist you,
transmit queue,
i miss you,
convince you,
asking you,
issue queue,
until you,
berlin blue


Some other possibilities:

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