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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with basso:

2 syllables:
act no,
act so,
ads o,
afmc cso,
afmc lo,
afmc lso,
ags ppo,
am no,
am so,
ang mo,
ang moh,
ann no,
ash flow,
asked joe,
asked no,
ask no,
asph o,
as go,
as though,
at joe,
at low,
at no,
at so,
at stowe,
aunt flo,
back flow,
back hoe,
back row,
back so,
bac ho,
bad show,
black crow,
black snow,
brak show,
can flow,
can grow,
can know,
can no,
can show,
can slow,
can so,
can tho,
can throw,
cash flow,
cas spo,
cat show,
chang tso,
chat show,
crack ho,
dan o,
dfas co,
dfas tso,
drag show,
facts show,
fact no,
fact so,
fac fo,
fast show,
frat bro,
gang show,
gas flow,
glass joe,
graphs show,
grass grow,
had low,
had no,
had so,
half o,
half so,
hands so,
hand so,
hast no,
has low,
has no,
has so,
hath no,
have low,
have no,
have so,
jack o,
jtcg alnno,
land ho,
land so,
last blow,
last row,
laughed so,
lax bro,
mac pro,
man no,
man show,
man so,
maps show,
masp hmo,
mass flow,
max flow,
nam bo,
nam co,
nam tso,
ntac vo,
packed snow,
pan po,
pass joe,
pbab klo,
plants grow,
plan so,
quant aux,
ran low,
sand snow,
sand toe,
san jo,
saphir deau,
sat po,
shall grow,
shall know,
shall no,
shall show,
shall so,
stamp show,
stat quo,
than low,
than no,
than so,
that blow,
that flow,
that grow,
that joe,
that know,
that low,
that no,
that row,
that show,
that slow,
that snow,
that so,
that tho,
that though,
track hoe,
tran pro,
van go,
wham o

3 syllables:
gal gadot,
perhaps no,
perhaps so,
whereas no

4 syllables:
jadon sancho,
kiran badloe,
prothom alo,
yuka saso

5 syllables:
philippe coutinho

6 syllables:
malaika mihambo

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