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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with video:

2 syllables:
did do,
kid who,
widow,
bid to,
did go,
did no,
did so,
did to,
kids who,
mid mo,
skid row


3 syllables:
billy ho,
billy o,
dicky bow,
his ego,
in rio,
silly to,
sticky dough,
tippy toe,
diddley bo,
dii coe,
ii to,
any who,
a widow,
daddy o,
lady who,
study how,
widow who,
cities to,
cities whose,
fifty one,
fifty to,
guilty to,
billy goat,
billy knows,
billy showed,
billy wrote,
chris philo,
disease to,
disease whose,
in vivo,
jimmy showed,
jimmy wrote,
jinny road,
quickly to,
risky to,
silky oak,
sticky note,
there repose,
tippy toes,
willie wrote,
indeed no,
indeed one,
indeed so,
indeed to,
indeed whole,
indeed whose,
kidney showed,
kidney shows,
kindly to,
sidney wrote,
sydney wrote,
wii mote


4 syllables:
felis leo,
precisely how,
subsidies to,
consider how,
committee to,
committee whose,
cheery hello,
entirely to,
entirely whole,
fiery arrow,
misery to,
nearly one,
nearly so,
nearly to,
nearly whole,
precisely to,
iii to,
india to,
india whose,
indian who,
sidney tarrow


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


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