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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mistletoe:

2 syllables:
disk to,
risk to,
bill to,
built to,
christ to,
christ who,
hill to,
his low,
his slow,
his to,
ill to,
is low,
is slow,
is to,
list to,
mill to,
paris to,
skill to,
still to,
this low,
this slow,
this to,
till to,
twist to,
will to,
bills to,
bits to,
brings to,
climbed to,
clings to,
dips toe,
drink to,
ears to,
feared to,
fears to,
fifth to,
filled to,
film to,
fixed to,
geared to,
hills to,
his brow,
his two,
hymn to,
inch to,
is two,
kids to,
kings to,
link to,
linked to,
lips to,
lives to,
mild to,
milk to,
mills to,
peers to,
pinned to,
prince to,
ships to,
signed to,
since to,
sink to,
sins to,
six to,
skills to,
springs to,
sticks to,
strings to,
tears to,
things to,
think to,
this flow,
this two,
thrilled to,
tips to,
trips to,
width to,
wills to,
wings to,
years to,
chill dough,
chilled dough,
still do,
this do,
will do,
aiming to

3 syllables:
exist to,
until to,
adheres to,
admits to,
appeared to,
appears to,
consigned to,
obliged to,
submits to,
until dough,
adding to,
adhere to,
appear to

4 syllables:
precisely to

Some other possibilities:

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See mistletoe used in context: 100 poetry verses, 1 Shakespeare work, 20 definitions

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