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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gesso:

2 syllables:
bread dough,
care how,
care who,
debt to,
dressed to,
heave ho,
jell o,
met to,
net to,
set to,
tell how,
tell who,
them how,
them who,
threat to,
well how,
yet how,
yet to,
yet who,
air so,
best to,
blessed to,
breast to,
care so,
chest to,
else who,
guess whose,
guest to,
head so,
press dough,
press home,
press to,
press whose,
pressed to,
quest to,
rest to,
set so,
test to,
them so,
well so,
west to,
where so,
yet so,
his so,
is how,
is so,
is who,
this so,
tells how,
air hole,
air hose,
air to,
bear no,
bear oak,
bear to,
bell to,
belt to,
bent to,
blair wrote,
bread doughs,
bread to,
bread whole,
breath to,
care home,
care to,
cell to,
cent to,
chair to,
chair whose


3 syllables:
assess how,
addressed to,
aware how,
progressed to,
regret to,
access hole,
access to,
assessed to,
bequest to,
confessed to,
excess dough,
express to,
expressed to,
possess no,
professed to,
progress to,
progress whose,
request to,
success to,
affect how,
affect to,
agent to,
agent who,
ahead to,
any who,
bequeath to


4 syllables:
professor who


Some other possibilities:

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