Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with atwood:

2 syllables:
that good,
what good,
grant wood,
bad mood,
had good,
class stood,
glass stood,
grass stood,
range hood,
than good,
and wood,
black woods,
fact mood,
glance wood,
that stood,
at mid,
for wood,
from wood,
john wood,
not good,
or wood,
tar wood,
that did,
that lead,
what did,
and good,
at foot,
cat foot,
flat foot,
had pulled,
had stood,
abb wool,
at full,
blacks stood,
brass goods,
class goods,
damn good,
glass wool,
graham stood,
lance stood,
range hoods,
slag wool,
staff stood,
that book,
that full,
that look,
that poor,
that shook,
at head,
cat head,
fat head,
flat head,
late wood,
that head,
that word,
black hoods,
cat hook,
craft goods,
facts stood,
frank woods,
grant pulled,
grant stood,
packed goods,
plant stood,
plants stood,
that took,
what took,
all good,
amp head,
and dead,
and did,
and head,
ax head,
band head,
black lead,
black mud,
both good,
brown goode,
cross stood

3 syllables:
guaiac wood,
sapan wood,
susanne woods,
about good,
diane goode,
japan stood,
many good,
rather good,
scattered woods,
carib wood,
harry woods,
latter stood,
matter stood,
sappan wood

4 syllables:
abraham stood,
extractor hood,
really good

5 syllables:
calamander wood

Some other possibilities:

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