Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ortho:

2 syllables:
for tho,
bore no,
bore to,
core to,
court to,
door to,
for co,
for low,
for no,
for now,
for so,
for to,
fort to,
horse hoe,
lord who,
more do,
more now,
more so,
more to,
nor do,
nor so,
nor to,
or co,
or do,
or go,
or low,
or no,
or now,
or to,
ore to,
port to,
score to,
shore to,
short to,
sort to,
sport to,
store to,
swore to,
war to,
for how,
for those,
for who,
forth those,
forth to,
forth whose,
fourth those,
fourth to,
more who,
nor how,
nor those,
north to,
north whose,
or how,
or those,
or throw,
or who,
store those,
all do,
all go,
all now,
all to,
ball to,
call to,
claude gueux,
clause to,
cross bow,
cross to,
crossed to,
dawn to,
drawn to,
draws to,
fall to,
fought so

3 syllables:
before now,
before so,
before to,
export to,
favour to,
report to,
resort to,
restore to,
support to,
transport to,
adore those,
before those,
explore how,
explore those,
favour those,
restore those,
succor those,
wherefore those,
along to,
among so,
because no,
because now,
because so,
because to,
belong to

Some other possibilities:

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