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

2 syllables:
learned how,
first who,
turf toe,
her no,
her now,
learn how,
wore no,
world do,
world who,
girls who,
heard no,
heard so,
her brow,
her two,
per pro,
serve no,
third row,
work now,
work shoe,
work so,
flour dough,
heard how,
her do,
learned so,
turned so,
church who,
clerk who,
earth tone,
first home,
first one,
first row,
first so,
first two,
girl who,
hearn wrote,
her bow,
her co,
her go,
her low,
her so,
learn those,
nurse who,
serve two,
stern wrote,
sterne wrote,
verne wrote,
worked so,
burnt holes,
burnt toast,
her how,
her nose,
her toes,
her tone,
her who,
shirt whose,
stern tones,
firms do,
church does,
firms whose,
girls do,
kermes oak,
served whole,
term goal,
term loan,
terms whose,
words do,
work does

3 syllables:
expert who,
offer no,
observed how,
afford no,
experts who,
offered no,
offers no,
concerned whose,
returned home,
concerns whose,
learning how,
observe how,
return phone,
return showed,
return shown,
return shows,
return those,
return wrote,
returns home,
current whose,
expert whose,
merchant who,
return home,
servant who,
affirm those,
confirm those,
observed whose,
preserved whole

4 syllables:
concerning how,
determine how,
determine who

5 syllables:
entrepreneurs who,
entrepreneur knows

Some other possibilities:

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