Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with promo:

2 syllables:
mo mo,
po mo,
slo mo,
slow mo,
do no,
do now,
go no,
go now,
known how,
known who,
no. no,
no. no.,
now no,
now now,
one no,
one now,
one who,
shown how,
shown no,
so no,
so now,
to no,
to now,
who no,
who now,
blow to,
bo bo,
boat to,
bow to,
bow wow,
co co,
co to,
coat to,
do do,
do go,
do so,
do to,
flow to,
foe to,
folk who,
fro yo,
go go,
go so,
go to,
grow so,
grow to,
how do,
how low,
how so,
how to,
jo jo,
knows how,
knows who,
ko ko,
lo lo,
low low,
low to,
no go,
no to,
note how,
note to,
now do,
now go,
now so,
now to,
owe to,
po po,
pow wow,
ro ro,
row to,
showed how,
shows how,
slow to,
so do,
so go,
so low,
so so,
so to,
those who,
throat to,
to bo,
to bow,
to co,
to do,
to go,
to low,
to so,
to sow,
to tho,
to to,
toe shoe,
two to,
two toe,
vote to,
vow to

3 syllables:
alone who,
a go go,
devote to

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