Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with auto-:

2 syllables:
draw to,
fault to,
fought to,
law to,
saw to,
sought to,
taught how,
taught to,
though to,
thought how,
thought to,
all who,
for how,
for who,
gone now,
law no,
law no.,
law so,
more who,
nor how,
or how,
or who,
saw no,
saw so,
though no,
though now,
though so,
tong ho,
all to,
ball to,
bore to,
call to,
clause to,
core to,
court to,
cross to,
crossed to,
dawn to,
door to,
drawn to,
draws to,
fall to,
for to,
fort to,
fought so,
gone to,
half to,
hall to,
halt to,
law who,
laws to,
long to,
loss to,
more to,
nor to,
or to,
ore to,
paul to,
pause to,
port to,
salt to,
saw how,
saw two,
score to,
shore to,
short to,
small to,
soft to,
song to,
sort to,
sport to,
store to,
strong to,
swore to,
talk to,
talked to,
thought no,
thought so,
thought whose,
walk to,
walked to,
wall to,
war to

3 syllables:
withdraw to,
explore how,
recall how,
along to,
because to,
before to,
belong to,
daughter who,
export to,
favour to,
recall to,
report to,
resort to,
restore to,
support to,
transport to

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