Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chloro-:

2 syllables:
for how,
for who,
more who,
nor how,
or how,
or who,
all who,
claw toe,
draw to,
fault to,
fought to,
gone now,
law no,
law no.,
law so,
law to,
saw no,
saw so,
saw to,
sought to,
taught how,
taught to,
though no,
though now,
though so,
though to,
thought how,
thought to,
tong ho,
bore hole,
bore no,
bore to,
core to,
court to,
door to,
for co,
for home,
for hope,
for low,
for no,
for now,
for one,
for road,
for rome,
for so,
for tho,
for to,
for whole,
for whose,
fort to,
horse hoe,
jaw rope,
law who,
long row,
lord who,
more do,
more now,
more one,
more so,
more to,
nor do,
nor one,
nor so,
nor to,
or co,
or do,
or go,
or home,
or hope,
or low,
or no,
or now,
or one,
or so,
or to,
or whole,
or whose,
ore to,
port to,
saw how,
score to,
shore to,
short to,
sort to,
sport to

3 syllables:
explore how,
recall how,
withdraw to,
before now,
before one,
before so,
before to,
before whose,
export to,
favour to,
i for one,
report to,
resort to,
restore to,
rory o

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