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

2 syllables:
make do,
brake shoe,
lake no,
make bow,
make no,
make so,
baked dough,
baked whole,
make two,
state how,
state who,
day glo,
jane doe,
maize dough,
may grow,
place dough,
shape dough,
straight dough,
came so,
case no,
case no.,
case now,
claim no,
day two,
days now,
face bow,
gave no,
have low,
have no,
have now,
have so,
laid low,
late now,
lays low,
made no,
made so,
males who,
may flow,
may throw,
maybe so,
name so,
paid no,
pays no,
place no,
place now,
played no,
played so,
plays no,
said joe,
said no,
said so,
says no,
says so,
slaves who,
state so,
states who,
strange how,
makes do,
may do,
may go,
play doh,
pray do,
said how,
age who,
ate crow,
blake shows,
blake wrote,
cane toad,
case so,
clay stone,
day now,
day so,
drake wrote,
face so,
gave two,
have two,
lakes whose,
lay low,
made two,
make grow,
make known


3 syllables:
always do,
explained how,
always go,
always so,
became so,
concave shoe,
create two,
explains how,
remain so,
away now,
away so,
contain no,
contain two,
detail how,
explain how,
female who,
make a row


4 syllables:
ascertain how,
japanese who


Some other possibilities:

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