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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beaucoup:

2 syllables:
do loop,
toe loop,
ch2oh group,
no group,
to group,
so cool,
to cool,
flown the coop,
stroke group,
blow tube,
glow tube,
be no fool,
cow pool,
do use,
go root,
how soon,
no food,
no fool,
no move,
no news,
no room,
no rule,
no soul,
no use,
now move,
now use,
slow food,
so huge,
so soon,
to boot,
to choose,
to food,
to june,
to move,
to room,
to rule,
to shoot,
to soothe,
to suit,
to use,
two huge,
who choose,
who move,
who soon,
who use,
who viewed,
broke up,
choke up,
go cup,
so keep,
soak up,
spoke up,
stoke up,
to cape,
to cope,
to keep,
toe cap,
who keep,
woke up,
choke tube,
close group,
growth group,
known group,
one group,
prone group,
stone group,
to groups,
two groups,
whole group,
whose group,
broke loose,
cloak room,
closed loop,
cow poo,
do thou,
do too,
go too,
how few,
how new,
how you,
lose cool

3 syllables:
local loop,
to clew up,
of no use,
promote tooth,
above group,
alone group,
approach group,
ketone group,
lower group,
niobe group,
plateau groups,
promote group,
remote group,
slower group,
unknown group,
arrow loop,
lower loops

4 syllables:
vodafone group

Some other possibilities:

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