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

2 syllables:
just how,
just who,
parent who,
rep. no.,
but how,
but who,
but do,
can do,
man do,
men do,
much do,
some do,
then do,
thus do,
when do,
but go,
but low,
but no,
but now,
but so,
but two,
can go,
can so,
can tho,
come now,
come so,
cut two,
done so,
gas co.,
get go,
get no,
get so,
get two,
gum shoe,
has low,
has no,
has now,
has so,
lain low,
let go,
let no,
love so,
man so,
men go,
men so,
monk who,
much so,
nam co,
ones who,
put no,
put so,
put two,
ran low,
run low,
run so,
some low,
such low,
then go,
then so,
thus no,
was co,
was low,
was no,
was now,
was so,
when so,
xsl fo,
yung lo,
dip toe,
dipped toe,
grub hoe,
bung ho,
can no,
can now,
chief who,
crust dough,
cup rose,
dna probe,
done no,
done now,
douglas stone,
dutch hoe,
front row,
front whose,
gung ho


3 syllables:
adult who,
allan poe,
become so,
le duc tho,
uncle joe,
extra dough,
added two,
adult whose,
adults who,
agents who,
alice stone,
client who,
conduct whose,
couple who,
extent do


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