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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with resort to:

2 syllables:
lord who,
more do,
nor do,
or do,
bore no,
for co,
for low,
for no,
for now,
for so,
for tho,
horse hoe,
more now,
more so,
nor so,
or co,
or go,
or low,
or no,
or now,
or so,
claw toe,
court shoe,
court whose,
for how,
for two,
for who,
more who,
nor how,
or how,
or two,
or who,
short one,
sport whose,
taught how,
thought how,
war two,
all do,
laws do,
long do,
all go,
all now,
all so,
claude gueux,
cross bow,
fought so,
gone so,
half so,
long row,
saw two,
sons who,
talk so,
thought no,
thought so,
board whose,
chord whose,
lord one,
nor does,
or does,
stored whole,
sword whose,
all who,
cork oak,
corn row,
corps whose,
corpse whose,
course no,
course one,
course whose,
cross stone,
dwarf oak,
for bone


3 syllables:
before now,
before so,
before two,
explore how,
report no,
report no.,
report whose,
support hose,
support one,
support whole,
recalled how,
among so,
because no,
because now,
because so,
record whose,
adore those,
along two,
because two,
before known,
before pharaoh,
before shown,
before those,
bezoar goat,
explore those,
favour shown,
favour those


4 syllables:
reporter who


Some other possibilities:

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