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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tartu:

2 syllables:
far too,
far you,
from too,
art thou,
got too,
not too,
part due,
dog doo,
rock doo,
both knew,
both new,
both you,
cause you,
from new,
from you,
god knew,
god you,
job you,
john yoo,
not new,
not sue,
not thou,
not true,
not you,
stop you,
watch you,
whom thou,
whom you,
for too,
nor too,
or too,
sar pdu,
car boot,
car pool,
cause tooth,
charge you,
cost you,
dog tooth,
dost thou,
flock ewe,
from true,
harm you,
large new,
mark you,
most new,
most true,
shalt thou,
shock tube,
top tube,
want you,
bar room,
bar stool,
chart room,
chart tools,
heart tubes,
shark tooth,
sharp tooth,
smart shoes,
square root,
square tubes,
or due,
down too,
for few,
for new,
for thou,
for you,
four new,
gone too,
grown too,
had too,
more new,
more you,
or new,
or you,
talk too,
than too,
your new,
caused you,
dock dues,
john drew,
bonne nuit


3 syllables:
prepare you,
madame du,
kuang chou,
adopt new,
avoir voulu,
how are you,
who are you,
before you,
explore new,
occur due,
ago you,
bother you,
bourgeois group,
bourgeois views


4 syllables:
another few,
another new


Some other possibilities:

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