Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sumo:

2 syllables:
knew no,
knew now,
you no,
you now,
blue to,
clue to,
crew to,
cue to,
drew to,
due to,
few to,
flew to,
fruit to,
grew so,
grew to,
group o,
group who,
hew to,
jew to,
jews who,
knew so,
knew to,
moo cow,
new to,
prove how,
root to,
school who,
soul who,
suit to,
thou to,
too low,
too to,
true to,
tzu po,
view to,
you do,
you go,
you so,
you to,
few who,
jew who,
knew how,
knew who,
new mode,
room so,
room to,
shrew mole,
thou who,
you how,
you owe,
you who,
blew nose,
blue nose,
blue note,
boon to,
june to,
moon to,
new note,
noon to,
shewn to,
soon to,
tune to,
use no,
you note,
blue coat,
blue joke,
blue roan,
boost to,
choose one,
choose to,
choose whole,
clues to,
cool to,
crews whose,
cues to,
duke to,
food to,
fool to,
fruit whose,
fuel to


3 syllables:
accrue to,
dilute to,
review to,
salute to,
untrue to,
withdrew to,
assume to,
bedroom to,
presume to,
balloon note,
produce no,
you know who,
abuse to,
accrued to,
accrues to,
adduced to,
allude to,
conduce to,
excuse to


4 syllables:
absolute whole


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