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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with katsu:

6 letters:
at kew,
at new,
at you,
at too


7 letters:
add new,
had few,
had new,
had too,
had you,
at duke,
at noon,
at room,
cat flu,
tax due,
got you,
not due,
not new,
lao tzu


8 letters:
that due,
that few,
that new,
that you,
what few,
what new,
what you,
cat suit,
that too,
glad you,
than too,
than you,
had soon,
bran new,
cat food,
fact you,
fat lute,
last few,
past due,
past few,
span new,
than new,
that use,
what use,
actes du


9 letters:
sprat mew,
that knew,
that thou,
that true,
what thou,
that soon,
that soul,
that suit,
whats new,
catch you,
crack loo,
shall you,
back soon,
chat room,
flat roof,
grant you,
hast thou,
pat boone,
takes you,
that drew,
that food,
that grew,
that huge,
that jews,
that luke,
that move,
that news,
that room,
that rule,
that view,
what news,
flat hoop,
doubt you,
about new,
about you


10 letters:
chuang tzu,
chang chou,
black suit,
chance you,
shall soon,
slack suit,
slapp suit,
sprat loon,
that truth,
track suit,
pants suit,
that suits


11 letters:
chang hsueh,
quang chieu,
brought new,
brought you,
attract new,
combat boot,
contact you


12 letters:
shall soothe


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