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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with yahoo:

2 syllables:
flock ewe,
got too,
not too,
bar room,
both knew,
both new,
both you,
cause you,
dog doo,
far too,
far you,
from new,
from too,
from you,
god knew,
god you,
job you,
john yoo,
not new,
not sue,
not thou,
not true,
not you,
rock doo,
square root,
stop you,
watch you,
whom thou,
whom you,
at too,
bran new,
know too,
know you,
out too,
own new,
saw you,
show you,
span new,
than new,
that too,
though few,
though you,
thought too,
art thou,
bonne nuit,
box pew,
car boot,
car pool,
cause loose,
cause shewn,
cause tooth,
caused you,
charge you,
cost you,
dock dues,
dog food,
dog poop,
dog tooth,
dost thou,
from blue,
from food,
from june,
from noon,
from room,
from true,
from use,
from view,
harm you,
hot glue,
job queue,
john drew,
john hume,
large new,
mark you,
mob rule,
mock moon,
most new,
most true


3 syllables:
kuang chou,
madame du,
prepare you,
adopt new,
ago you,
avoir voulu,
bother you,
bourgeois group,
bourgeois views,
cock a hoop,
data you,
dual boot,
dual fuel,
dual use,
follow you,
horace moule,
how are you,
madame louise


4 syllables:
another few,
another new


Some other possibilities:

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