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2 syllables:
deck shoe,
yet how,
yet who,
fair do,
fresh dough,
friend who,
hell do,
press dough,
them do,
well do,
where do,
yet do,
air so,
bear no,
care so,
dead now,
death row,
death throe,
else who,
fair go,
head so,
less so,
set so,
seth low,
spare no,
tell no,
tells how,
them go,
them no,
them now,
them so,
well go,
well now,
well so,
where no,
where now,
where so,
yet no,
yet now,
yet so,
bread dough,
bell toad,
best hope,
best one,
blessed one,
care how,
care who,
check showed,
check shows,
check those,
chest tone,
death toll,
deck load,
felt no,
felt so,
guess how,
guess so,
guess who,
guest whose,
head tone,
heave ho,
jell o,
kept low,
kept so,
left home,
left no,
left one,
left so,
left two,
neck bone,
neck yoke


3 syllables:
affect how,
agent who,
affect one,
affect whole,
effect whose,
expect no,
object whose,
perfect whole,
project whose,
select one,
select whole,
subjects who,
excess dough,
possess no,
predict how,
accept no,
agent whose,
assess how,
aware how,
complex one,
complex whole,
complex whose,
content whose,
convex sole,
except one,
except so,
except two,
expressed no


4 syllables:
director who


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