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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spittoon:

2 syllables:
is soon,
this soon,
in tune,
it soon,
mid june,
him soon,
in june,
were soon,
which soon,
will soon,
bit too,
it too,
split spoon,
gib boom,
jib boom,
his soul,
his suit,
this soul,
this suit,
bit in,
bit on,
but soon,
fit in,
fit on,
hit in,
hit on,
it an,
it in,
it in.,
it on,
it one,
pit in,
shit on,
sit in,
sit on,
slit in,
split in,
split on,
wit in,
his tomb,
chih fu,
chipped tooth,
drift tube,
ear tube,
in new,
its soul,
since june,
split hooves,
spring tooth,
this tool,
this tube,
tint tool,
being too,
did too,
here too,
him too,
hit you,
if too,
in too,
is too,
it due,
it knew,
it new,
it true,
it you,
shih tzu,
shit zoo


3 syllables:
issue an,
issue in,
issue on,
milieu in,
tissue in,
until june,
until noon,
commit an,
submit an,
aching tooth,
imou pine,
issue and,
issue can,
issue herein,
issue known,
issue when,
issued an,
issued in,
issued on,
issues in,
issues on,
jimmie noone,
jimmy noone,
tissue and,
tissue can,
tissue known,
tissues in,
appear too


4 syllables:
residue in,
residues in,
continue in,
continue on


Some other possibilities:

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