Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with play doh:

2 syllables:
may do,
pray do,
said how,
bay to,
clay to,
date to,
day to,
eight to,
fate to,
gate to,
gray to,
hate to,
late to,
lay to,
may to,
pay to,
plate to,
pray to,
rate to,
state how,
state to,
state who,
stay to,
straight to,
wait to,
way to,
weight to,
age who,
case so,
day now,
day so,
face so,
lay low,
male who,
may bo,
may go,
may no,
may now,
may so,
pay no,
place so,
slave who,
way now,
way so,
aid to,
aide to,
day who,
grade to,
grade whose,
jane doe,
laid low,
laid to,
made no,
made one,
made so,
made to,
maid to,
maize dough,
make do,
paid no,
paid to,
place dough,
played no,
played so,
played to,
prayed to,
said joe,
said no,
said one,
said so,
said to,
shape dough,
stayed home,
stayed to,
straight dough

3 syllables:
array to,
away to,
debate to,
delay to,
estate to,
okay to,
survey to,
today to,
away now,
away so,
contain no,
detail how,
explain how,
female who,
afraid to,
always do,
brigade to,
crusade to,
decade to,
explained how,
lady who,
relayed to,
today who

4 syllables:
ascertain how,
japanese who

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