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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with menu:

2 syllables:
yet too,
fresh new,
them knew,
them new,
well knew,
went too,
where new,
in new,
man knew,
men knew,
then new,
when new,
cheng chou,
them too,
them you,
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,
tell you,
well you,
where thou,
where you,
yet few,
yet you,
ex new,
left new,
lend you,
send you,
sent you,
spend too,
bit too,
but too,
chih fu,
get too,
it too,
la rue,
put too,
bien phu,
bran new,
bring new,
but knew,
but new,
buy new,
by new,
can sue,
can you,
chin chou,
done you,
few new,
fin du,
get new,
han yu,
her new,
his new,
how new,
if new,
in. you,
in due,
in few,
in too,
in you,
is new,
it knew,
it new,
kan su,
la nuit,
lan chou,
learn new,
much new,
my new,
near new


3 syllables:
expect too,
i tell you,
upset you,
any new,
ever knew,
ever new,
never knew,
pretend you,
prevent tooth,
prevent you,
their new,
added new,
adding new


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