Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with somehow:

2 syllables:
come now,
come so,
come to,
gum shoe,
nam co,
some do,
some low,
some to,
stem to,
sum to,
some who,
can do,
can go,
can so,
can tho,
can to,
clung to,
done so,
done to,
front to,
fun to,
gun to,
lain low,
man do,
man so,
man to,
men do,
men go,
men so,
men to,
monk who,
ones who,
parent to,
parent who,
pen to,
ran low,
ran to,
run low,
run so,
run to,
son to,
sun to,
sung to,
swung to,
ten to,
then do,
then go,
then so,
then to,
tion to,
tongue to,
when do,
when so,
when to,
young to,
yung lo,
be up to,
beg to,
blood to,
blush to,
brush to,
bus to,
but do,
but go,
but low,
but no,
but now,
but so,
but two,
chief to,
club to,
crushed to,
cup to,
cut two,
drug to,
dust to,
gas co.,
gas to,
get go,
get no,
get so,
get two,
has low

3 syllables:
become so,
become to,
succumb to,
allan poe,
ascent to,
assent to,
begun to,
extent to,
acid to,
added to,
adjust to,
adult to,
adult who,
advice to,
arise to,
attest to,
conduct to

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