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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boeuf:

2 syllables:
no proof,
one roof,
a proof,
a roof,
as proof,
blow of,
blow off,
bow of,
brow of,
co. of,
do if,
do of,
flow of,
flow off,
foe of,
glow of,
go if,
go of,
go off,
how of,
low of,
no. of,
no of,
now if,
now of,
of proof,
on the hoof,
row of,
so if,
so of,
throw of,
throw off,
to half,
toe of,
two half,
two of,
vow of,
who of,
be no fool,
blow tube,
cow pool,
do loop,
do use,
glow tube,
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 cool,
so huge,
so soon,
to boot,
to choose,
to cool,
to food,
to june,
to move,
to room,
to rule,
to shoot,
to soothe,
to suit,
to use,
toe loop,
two huge,
who choose,
who move,
who soon,
who use,
who viewed,
cow poo,
do thou,
do too,
do you,
go too,
how few,
how new,
how you,
no. you,
no new,
no you,
now knew,
now too,
now you

3 syllables:
chateau of,
embryo of,
plateau of,
of no use,
promote tooth,
above proof,
cloven hoof

Some other possibilities:

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