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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shapoo:

2 syllables:
at too,
bran new,
span new,
than new,
that too,
add new,
at kew,
at new,
at you,
catch you,
chang chou,
chang hsueh,
crack loo,
flat hoop,
glad you,
had few,
had new,
had too,
had you,
quang chieu,
shall loose,
shall you,
sprat mew,
than too,
than you,
that due,
that few,
that knew,
that new,
that thou,
that true,
what few,
what new,
what thou,
crap shoot,
sap tube,
slapp suit,
strap shoes,
tap room,
tap root,
flock ewe,
got too,
know too,
know you,
not too,
out too,
own new,
saw you,
show you,
though few,
though you,
thought too,
cow poo,
poo poo,
pooh pooh,
stop you,
black blue,
glass booth,
jack boot,
laugh boomed,
pat boone,
and drew,
and few,
and knew,
and new,
and thou,
and too,
ask you,
at duke,
at noon,
at room,
back room,
back soon,
back tooth,
bad news,
batch queue,
bath room,
black root,
black shoes,
black suit,
brand new,
brass screw,
cat flu,
cat food,
cat suit,
chance you,
chat room,
chuang tzu,
class queue


3 syllables:
happy new,
combat boot,
alley oop,
allow you,
attack cruise,
attract new


4 syllables:
abraham booth,
abraham moved


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