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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boeuf:

5 letters:
do if,
do of,
go if,
go of,
no of,
so if,
so of

6 letters:
a roof,
bow of,
co. of,
foe of,
go off,
how of,
low of,
no. of,
now if,
now of,
row of,
toe of,
two of,
vow of,
who of,
do use,
no use,
to use,
do too,
do you,
go too,
no new,
no you

7 letters:
a proof,
blow of,
brow of,
flow of,
glow of,
to half,
do loop,
go root,
no food,
no fool,
no move,
no news,
no room,
no rule,
no soul,
now use,
so cool,
so huge,
so soon,
to boot,
to cool,
to food,
to june,
to move,
to room,
to rule,
to suit,
who use,
cow poo,
do thou,
how few,
how new,
how you,
no. you,
now too,
now you

8 letters:
no proof,
one roof,
as proof,
blow off,
flow off,
of proof,
throw of,
two half,
cow pool,
how soon,
now move,
to shoot,
toe loop,
two huge,
who move,
who soon,
now knew

9 letters:
throw off,
blow tube,
glow tube,
slow food,
to choose,
to soothe,
embryo of,
of no use

10 letters:
be no fool,
who choose,
who viewed,
chateau of,
plateau of

11 letters:
on the hoof,
above proof,
cloven hoof

13 letters:
promote tooth

Some other possibilities:

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