Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mustachio:

4 syllables:
stress ratio,
thrust ratio,
blood ratio,
peg ratio,
rural ratio,
front patio,
pulse ratio,
stress ratios,
this ratio,
blood ratios,
depth ratio,
brick patio,
death ratio,
debt ratio,
grid ratio,
hedge ratio,
pitch ratio,
pressure ratio,
quick ratio,
skill ratio,
spec ratio,
split ratio,
strehl ratio,
stretch ratio,
swell ratio,
swing ratio,
loves cassio

5 syllables:
added ratio,
asset ratio,
urban ratio,
adult ratio,
product ratio,
urban barrio,
excess ratio,
success ratio,
added ratios,
asset ratios,
ateius capito,
bowen ratio,
buffer ratio,
clutter ratio,
color ratio,
cover ratio,
greater ratio,
money ratio,
sunny patio,
adult ratios,
client ratio,
current ratio,
muscle ratio,
precise ratio,
product ratios,
safety ratio,
service ratio,
spacious patio,
resin ratio,
greatest ratio,
highest ratio,
smallest ratio

6 syllables:
deferral ratio,
equity ratio,
adjusted ratio

7 syllables:
accuracy ratio

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See mustachio used in context: 2 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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