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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sow thistle:

3 syllables:
stowe missal,
blow the whistle,
fo shizzle,
do little,
droll little,
how little,
no little,
no middle,
so little,
throw little,
to civil,
to little,
to middle,
two little,
two middle,
whole little,
beau idéal,
boat whistle,
close excel,
to dispel,
to excel,
cope chisel,
drove chisel,
stone chisel,
chrome nickel,
close little,
coach little,
code civil,
does little,
grows little,
how simple,
known civil,
known little,
known middle,
known viral,
knows little,
no simple,
no single,
one little,
showed little,
shown little,
shows little,
so simple,
spoke little,
those civil,
those little,
those middle,
thrown little,
throws little,
to signal,
to simple,
to single,
two simple,
two single,
whole civil,
whole middle,
whose civil,
whose little,
whose middle,
wrote little,
wrote michael,
could dispel,
could excel,
could whistle,
gross fiscal,
gross insult,
should dispel,
should excel,
would dispel,
would excel,
would whistle,
co meddle,
joseph l.,
low level,
purroy mitchel,
showed double,
to double,
to level


4 syllables:
above little,
above middle,
approach middle,
devote little,
lower civil,
lower middle,
lower tidal,
promote civil,
provoke civil,
provoke little,
remote little,
shlomo hillel,
unknown little,
blowing a hole,
sparrow missile,
toair missile,
willow whistle,
destroy civil,
enjoy civil,
enjoy little,
plateau level,
rideau canal


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