Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pasco:

5 letters:
at no,
at so

6 letters:
ask no,
ask to,
jack o,
act to,
add to,
and do,
apt to,
at. no,
at low,
at no.,
at tho,
at two,
bad to,
bag to,
cap to,
gap to,
had no,
had so,
had to,
mad to,
map to,
pan to,
sad to

7 letters:
ask how,
ask who,
cast to,
fast to,
last to,
mad cow,
mass to,
pass to,
past to,
that co,
ask one,
mask to,
task to,
than go,
that go,
and how,
and who,
back so,
back to,
bath to,
cash to,
fact to,
flag to,
glad to,
had low,
had now,
hath no,
jack to,
land ho,
path to,
plan to,
rash to,
sang to,
o and o

8 letters:
cash cow,
class to,
glass to,
grass to,
asked to,
asks how,
back hoe,
shall go,
back now,
back row,
black to,
craft to,
draft to,
e and oe,
grant to,
graph to,
match to,
plant to,
shad roe,
adapt to,
japan to,
react to

9 letters:
passed to,
asked how,
asked who,
black cow,
class who,
track hoe,
dashed to,
grande do,
lashed to,
mapped to,
attach to,
attack to

10 letters:
blacks who,
matched to,
contact to

11 letters:
class coach,
class scope,
glass coach,
attached to

Some other possibilities:

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