Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with anew:

2 syllables:
bran new,
span new,
than new,
at too,
that too,
add new,
at new,
had new,
than too,
than you,
that knew,
that new,
what new,
chang chou,
chang hsueh,
quang chieu,
sprat mew,
at kew,
at you,
catch you,
crack loo,
flat hoop,
glad you,
had few,
had too,
had you,
shall loose,
shall you,
that due,
that few,
that thou,
that true,
what few,
what thou,
and drew,
and few,
and knew,
and new,
and thou,
and too,
at noon,
brand new,
chance you,
damn you,
grand duke,
grant you,
hand you,
pant hoot,
plan view,
sad news,
sand dune,
span roof,
than use,
that news,
what news,
whats new,
flock ewe,
got too,
know too,
know you,
not too,
out too,
saw you,
show you,
though few,
though you,
thought too,
all knew,
all new,
both knew,
both new,
brought new,
buy new,
by new,
down too,
few new,
for new,
four new,
from new,
god knew,
gone too,
grown too,
her new,
how new,
in new,
john yoo,
learn new

3 syllables:
attract new,
happy new,
many new,
about new,
among new,
because new,
explore new

4 syllables:
really knew

Some other possibilities:

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