Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with physico:

3 syllables:
dii coe,
his ego,
dicky bow,
silly to,
sticky dough,
tippy toe,
billy ho,
billy o,
ii to,
physique could,
dairy cow,
billy goat,
chris philo,
disease to,
disease whose,
risky to,
billy knows,
billy showed,
billy wrote,
cities to,
cities whose,
diddley bo,
fifty to,
guilty to,
in vivo,
jimmy showed,
jimmy wrote,
jinny road,
quickly to,
sticky note,
there repose,
tippy toes,
willie wrote,
missy could,
billie could,
billy could,
dreary coast,
fiery coals,
ginny could,
in rio,
jimmie could,
jimmy could,
kitty could,
libby could,
lilly could,
mickey could,
millie could,
milly could,
minnie could,
nicky could,
nikki could,
ricky could,
timmy could,
vicki could,
vicky could,
wii mote,
willie could,
willy could,
winnie could,
busy to,
non ego,
any to,
carry no,
carry to,
cookie dough,
demy 8vo,
deny to,
duty to,
ferry to,
fully to,
funny to,
heavy to,
jelly shoe,
lucky to,
mary jo,
mary to,
money now,
money so

4 syllables:
misery to,
precisely to,
cheery hello,
committee to,
entirely to,
fiery arrow,
nearly so,
nearly to,
subsidies to,
felis leo,
precisely how,
iii to,
entity to,
equity to,
italy to,
library to

5 syllables:
cecilia beaux,
criteria to,
delivery to,
exterior to,
machinery to,
virginia to

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