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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with typho:

2 syllables:
bile flow,
bi lo,
bi mo,
bi nso,
bi so,
bye blow,
by blow,
by flow,
by joe,
by low,
by no,
by pro,
by slow,
by snow,
by so,
by tho,
child so,
chi o,
dcds iso,
died so,
die so,
drive slow,
dry blow,
dry snow,
dr know,
dr no,
eyes so,
eye no,
file no,
finds no,
find no,
find so,
five o,
five oh,
fi co,
fly low,
fried dough,
guys know,
gwai lo,
high flow,
high go,
high hoe,
high low,
hind toe,
hi ho,
hi lo,
hi po,
ice flow,
jai ho,
lies low,
life no,
life so,
light snow,
light so,
like joe,
like no,
like snow,
like so,
like whoa,
lines show,
lines so,
line so,
lived so,
live o,
live so,
mai tho,
might blow,
might grow,
might know,
might show,
might throw,
mind so,
mire crow,
my tho,
my toe,
night crow,
night so,
pipe flow,
quite know,
quite low,
quite slow,
quite so,
right ho,
right o,
right oh,
right so,
side show,
side so,
sign toe,
sky glow,
sky show,
slide show,
tai bo,
tai po,
times so,
time low,
time no,
time so,
tried so,
tt bio,
while joe,
while no,
while so,
white snow,
why no,
why so,
wild snow,
wind blow,
wind flow,
wind row,
write so


3 syllables:
defined so,
described so,
designed so,
design flow,
implies no,
provides no,
provide no,
sometimes so,
tonight show,
wang yibo


4 syllables:
iko iko,
mima ito,
song ji-hyo


5 syllables:
babul supriyo,
joshua primo


7 syllables:
shaunae miller-uibo



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