Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beno:

2 syllables:
day now,
may now,
way now,
age who,
bay to,
case so,
clay to,
date to,
day so,
day to,
eight to,
face so,
fate to,
gate to,
gray to,
hate to,
late to,
lay low,
lay to,
male who,
may bo,
may do,
may go,
may so,
may to,
pay to,
place so,
plate to,
play doh,
play so,
play to,
pray do,
pray to,
rate to,
said how,
slave who,
state how,
state to,
state who,
stay to,
straight to,
wait to,
way so,
way to,
weight to,
brain known,
brain knows,
brain to,
brain whose,
case no,
case no.,
case now,
chain known,
chain to,
chain whose,
claim no,
day who,
days now,
deign to,
drain hole,
fain to,
gain to,
gave no,
grain to,
have no

3 syllables:
away now,
explain how,
array to,
away so,
away to,
debate to,
delay to,
detail how,
estate to,
female who,
okay to,
survey to,
today to,
attain to,
campaign known,
campaign to,
campaign whose,
complain to,
complaint to,
contain known,
contain one,
contain whole,
domain known,
domain to,
domain whose,
explain to,
explained how,
explains how

4 syllables:
ascertain how,
japanese who,
appertain to

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