Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with polio:

2 syllables:
how low,
lo lo,
low low,
so low,
to low,
coal co.,
coal to,
could do,
goal to,
hole to,
old who,
pole to,
role to,
roll to,
rolled dough,
should do,
told how

3 syllables:
none who,
holy cow,
holy one,
pope leo,
slowly to,
to lie low,
body so,
body to,
bogey hole,
do si do,
none so,
none to,
to see to,
zone to,
holy rope,
solely to,
trolley coach,
trolley pole,
billy ho,
billy o,
by leo,
clearly how,
tally ho,
blow by blow,
body blow,
body coat,
body does,
body roll,
bovey coal,
copied to,
copies to,
known negro,
okey doke,
one by one,
río negro,
to keep to,
to seek to,
to sheet home,
two by two,
boldly to,
foley would,
holie ghost,
holy ghost,
holy smoke,
locally known,
locally owned,
ptolemy wrote,
slowly broke,
slowly close,
slowly drove,
slowly flows,
slowly grows,
slowly rolled,
slowly rolls,
slowly would,
solely owned,
solely those,
to each one

4 syllables:
neo geo,
ozone hole,
rotary hoe,
slowly allow,
soldier who,
thoroughly to,
employee who,
nobody who,
ozone holes,
unknown negro,
lonely furrow,
slowly above,
slowly allowed,
slowly arose,
slowly below,
slowly erode,
slowly follow,
slowly into,
soldier to,
soldier whose,
thoroughly known,
thoroughly knows,
to lie in one

5 syllables:
alveoli would

Some other possibilities:

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See polio used in context: 18 rhymes, several books and articles.

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