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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with work shoe:

2 syllables:
clerk to,
worked to,
clerk showed,
clerk who,
her co,
bird to,
birth to,
burnt to,
church to,
curve to,
earth to,
firm to,
first to,
first who,
girl to,
girls who,
heard no,
heard so,
heard to,
her brow,
her two,
hers to,
learn to,
learned how,
learnt to,
nerve to,
nurse to,
per pro,
search to,
serve no,
serve to,
stirred to,
term to,
third row,
third to,
turf toe,
turn to,
urge to,
verb to,
verse to,
word to,
world do,
world who,
worn to,
worse to,
worth to,
church who,
her go,
birth showed,
birth shows,
burke wrote,
church showed,
church shows,
clerk knows,
clerk wrote,
clerks whose,
curve showed,
curve shown,
curve shows,
earth showed,
earth shows,
flour dough,
flour to,
girl who,
heard how,
her bow,
her cloak,
her close,
her do,
her low,
her no,
her now,
her so,
her to,
hurt to,
learn how,
nerve showed,
nerve shows,
nurse showed


3 syllables:
adjourn to,
afford no,
afford to,
converge to,
deferred to,
deserve to,
experts who,
observed how,
offered no,
offered to,
offers no,
offers to,
research to,
return to,
transferred to,
alert to,
circuit to,
expert to,
expert who


5 syllables:
entrepreneurs to,
entrepreneurs who


Some other possibilities:

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