Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cpu board:

2 syllables:
du nord,
you called,
new born,
queue formed,
true born,
cube ore,
groove boards,
loose boards,
school boards,
smooth boards,
too broad,
tube or,
cue card,
du gard,
ku band,
tube and,
few short,
group called,
new court,
sloop called,
too short,
troop horse,
troupe called,
blue balls,
booth called,
bruce called,
drew forth,
due course,
due form,
due north,
freud called,
fruit called,
groove called,
loose horse,
loose source,
louise called,
new course,
new force,
new form,
new source,
new york,
school called,
shoes called,
smooth walled,
threw balls,
threw forth,
too warm,
true course,
true north,
true source,
truth called,
truth dawned,
too bad,
too hard,
group formed,
group or,
group scored,
groups scored,
cube of,
cue ball,
due for,
few more,
food or,
fool born,
freud warned,
fruit borne,
fruit formed,
fruit or,
fruit stored,
fruits stored,
grew more,
groove formed,
jews or,
knew for,
knew more

3 syllables:
review boards,
review called,
sioux called,
review court,
cartoon called,
commune called,
perfume called,
review course,
review source,
saloon called,
tribune called,
undue force,
withdrew north,
abuse or,
acute or,
acute wards,
approve or,
balloon borne,
buber called,
consume more,
feudal lord

4 syllables:
molecule called,
reviewer called,
absolute lords,
absolute or

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