Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exode:

2 syllables:
check showed,
deck load,
dead code,
death showed,
head bowed,
press showed,
rare mode,
sketch showed,
web toed,
cells showed,
flesh showed,
genes showed,
gregg would,
heads bowed,
heads showed,
pairs showed,
shares owned,
wells showed,
checks showed,
check nodes,
check should,
check would,
dress code,
dress showed,
gets hold,
self sowed,
sense showed,
steps slowed,
wreck would,
air would,
belle could,
belle would,
best mode,
blair could,
blair should,
blair would,
bread could,
bread mold,
bread should,
bread would,
breath could,
breath should,
breath would,
brett could,
brett would,
care should,
cells whose,
chair could,
chair should,
chair would,
chairs whose,
chess would,
chest showed,
clair would,
claire could,
claire would,
clare could,
clare should,
clare would

3 syllables:
access code,
progress slowed,
success showed,
marcel giraud,
complex showed,
assets owned,
effect showed,
object owned,
project showed,
subject showed,
access codes,
access could,
access nodes,
access roads,
access should,
access would,
addressed could,
addressed should,
addressed would,
advair should,
agent showed,
ahead could,
ahead should,
ahead would,
alain would,
aware would,
cadet could,
cadet would,
colette would,
content showed

4 syllables:
cigarette glowed,
adrienne could,
adrienne would,
cigarette could,
cigarette should,
cigarette would

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