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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nodus:

2 syllables:
drove us,
growth assay,
probe assay,
shown us,
shows us,
who thus,
do us,
hold us,
to dust,
to us,
told us,
bowed his,
code is,
load is,
mode is,
node is,
owed his,
road is,
showed his,
code as,
code has,
road as,
road has,
throat twice,
wrote twice,
broke the ice,
close ups,
code on,
cow dung,
do just,
go bust,
go dutch,
go nuts,
goad on,
load on,
load up,
no buts,
no just,
now done,
now just,
now must,
ode on,
one ups,
road on,
rode on,
rode up,
roll ups,
showed an,
showed up,
slowed up,
so dull,
so just,
so must,
to don,
to just,
two cups,
two must,
who just,
who must,
whole posse,
blow ups,
bone dust,
bowed twice,
coal dust,
could thus,
gold dust,
hold ups,
should thus,
showed twice,
would thus,
boat is,
coat is,
note is,
quote is,
throat is,
vote is,
wrote his,
boat as

3 syllables:
above us,
toward us,
unto us,
over us,
plateau pulse,
polar ice,
showing us,
yoga is,
allowed us,
bio assay,
followed us,
loaded dice,
towards us,
devote his,
promote his,
above his,
above is,
alone is,
approach is

4 syllables:
arizona house,
mucosa is

Some other possibilities:

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