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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with thank you:

2 syllables:
batch queue,
class queue,
plan view,
brass screw,
chuang tzu,
that view,
at kew,
chang chou,
chang hsueh,
crack loo,
frank booth,
frank clune,
frank soule,
frank threw,
quang chieu,
tank suit,
and drew,
and few,
and knew,
and new,
and thou,
and too,
brand new,
frank views,
that grew,
black blue,
cat flu,
hast thou,
last few,
past due,
past few,
tax due,
that drew,
whats new,
job queue,
long view,
and use,
grand cru,
hand hewn,
land use,
than too,
trans use,
add new,
at new,
brass screws,
cap screw,
class views,
had few,
had new,
had too,
hangs loose,
kaibab paiute,
lag screw,
pack mule,
shall chuse,
sprat mew,
stack puke,
staff views,
that due,
that few,
that knew,
that new,
that thou,
that true,
what few,
what new,
what thou,
bran new,
span new,
than new,
than use,
at too,
back room,
back soon,
back tooth,
banks choose,
black root,
black shoes,
black suit,
crack root,
cracked tooth,
frank fools,
frank loops,
frank moved,
gang tooth,
glass cubes,
hang loose,
jack boot,
shall use,
slack suit,
snack food


3 syllables:
attract new,
default queue,
combat crews,
latter view,
channel queue,
attack cruise,
packet queue,
spanker boom,
spanking new


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