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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pasco:

2 syllables:
ask how,
ask who,
cash cow,
cast to,
class to,
fast to,
glass to,
grass to,
last to,
mad cow,
mass to,
pass to,
passed to,
past to,
that co,
ask no,
ask one,
ask to,
asked how,
asked to,
asked who,
asks how,
back hoe,
black cow,
class coach,
class scope,
class who,
glass coach,
jack o,
mask to,
task to,
track hoe,
shall go,
than go,
that go,
act to,
add to,
and do,
and how,
and who,
apt to,
at. no,
at low,
at no,
at no.,
at so,
at tho,
at two,
back now,
back row,
back so,
back to,
bad to,
bag to,
bath to,
black to,
blacks who,
cap to,
cash to,
craft to,
dashed to,
draft to,
e and oe,
fact to,
flag to,
gap to,
glad to,
grande do,
grant to,
graph to,
had low,
had no,
had now,
had so,
had to,
hath no,
jack to,
land ho,
lashed to,
mad to,
map to,
mapped to,
match to,
matched to,
pan to,
path to,
plan to,
plant to,
rash to,
sad to,
sang to,
shad roe


3 syllables:
adapt to,
attach to,
attached to,
attack to,
contact to,
japan to,
o and o,
react to


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