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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with emu:

2 syllables:
yet too,
them knew,
them new,
them too,
them you,
cheng chou,
fresh new,
well knew,
went too,
where new,
bare root,
bet you,
bless you,
dare you,
death threw,
debt due,
et du,
felt too,
guess you,
hair root,
hell you,
lead you,
met you,
sell you,
set you,
spare room,
spare you,
well you,
where thou,
where you,
yet few,
yet you,
chess move,
hair mousse,
them food,
in new,
man knew,
men knew,
then new,
when new,
bit too,
but too,
chih fu,
get too,
it too,
la rue,
put too,
come too,
come you,
him too,
him you,
plum yew,
some few,
some new,
ex new,
feng shue,
left new,
lend you,
meng tzu,
send you,
sent you,
spend too,
air cool,
air crew,
air tool,
air tube,
bare soul,
bell boot,
bell roof,
belle poule,
best you,
cess pool,
check room,
chest tube,
claire booth,
clare booth,
clare boothe,
dead room,
dead soul,
debts due,
deck roof

3 syllables:
expect too,
i tell you,
upset you,
become due,
become too,
any new,
ever knew,
ever new,
never knew,
pretend you,
prevent tooth,
prevent you,
their new,
address you,
affect you,
better you,
carry you

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