Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black widow:

3 syllables:
crack willow,
stack window,
snap willow,
batch window,
class window,
glass window,
graph window,
grass widows,
sash window,
that will do,
that window,
blank window,
cracked window,
at zero,
average joe,
than zero,
acting to,
packed into,
takes into,
bank giro,
frank rizzo,
clock window,
back into,
jack into,
package to,
barred window,
glass windows,
package whose,
range window,
sash windows,
smash windows,
smashed window,
dragged into,
drags into,
grass meadow,
south willow,
takes a bow,
track below,
and into,
april to,
average to,
bashed into,
blank windows,
captive to,
cast into,
changing to,
cracked windows,
crammed into,
crashed into,
dancing to,
dashed into,
fabric to,
granting to,
hand into,
land into,
lapse into,
lashed into,
last into,
passed into,
sank into,
slammed into,
standing to,
tasks window

4 syllables:
pontiac fiero,
compass window,
abstract window,
contact window,
attractive to,
reacting to,
elastic dough,
subtracting whole,
attaching to,
shattered window,
attack below,
adapting to,
advance into,
advantage to,
attic window,
backup window,
classic windows,
contact windows,
contacts window,
established to,
expand into,
graphic window,
macro window,
magic window,
relapse into

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