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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reissue:

2 syllables:
but too,
get too,
la rue,
man knew,
men knew,
put too,
then new,
when new,
can sue,
just too,
kan su,
thus you,
has few,
has too,
was due,
was new,
was too,
was you,
beg you,
bien phu,
but due,
but few,
but knew,
but new,
but thou,
but true,
but you,
can you,
come too,
come you,
done you,
fuck you,
get new,
get you,
han yu,
ja rule,
ka boom,
kung fu,
la luz,
la nuit,
lan chou,
let you,
love you,
man you,
men you,
much new,
much too,
much you,
non jew,
plum yew,
put you,
pva glue,
some few,
some new,
spa pool,
stuff you,
such new,
then too,
then you,
tsung tu,
u boot,
up new,
up too,
up you,
wen chou,
when due,
when news,
when thou,
when too,
when you,
but soon,
come soon,
deuce coupe,
duck soup,
just knew,
just you,
love suit,
must you,
non suit,
p.m.a. sloot,
pas seul,
scrub suit,
sun tzu,
trust you,
was soon


3 syllables:
unless you,
added new,
as a rule,
become due,
become too,
extra shoes,
extra tooth,
i love you,
sea doo,
sea mew,
alice blue,
alice louise,
office stool,
pea soup,
unless viewed


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