Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cranio:

6 letters:
at rio,
rory o

7 letters:
than no,
daddy o,
many do,
many to,
any who

8 letters:
than how,
than now,
many who,
tally ho,
happy to,
rally to,
fancy to,
many old,
none who,
only how,
only who,
apply to,
badly to,
ratio to

9 letters:
happy one,
valley to,
allied to,
allies to,
babies to,
ladies to,
really do,
really no,
really so,
really to,
salary to

10 letters:
babies who,
happy home,
ladies who,
valley oak,
many homes,
nanny goat,
panty hose,
carried no,
carried so,
carried to,
carries no,
happi coat,
rallied to,
really one,
embassy to,
barrier to,
carrier to

11 letters:
happy whose,
massey hope,
rabbi whose,
annie wrote,
fanny wrote,
black rhino,
daddy knows,
happy homes,
happy those,
harry knows,
harry wrote,
rabbi moshe,
rally those,
sally knows,
sally wrote,
examine how,
exactly how,
exactly who,
ratio whose,
really does

12 letters:
valley whose,
gandhi whose,
allies whose,
babies whose,
barrie thome,
barrie wrote,
harry showed,
jackie wrote,
ladies whose,
maggie knows,
tally showed,
valley known,
happy hollow,
really hoped,
really known,
really knows,
really owned,
really shown,
really shows,
really those,
really throw,
really wrote,
really allow

13 letters:
valley showed,
carrier whose,
gallery whose,
grassy hollow,
really showed,
unhappy homes

14 letters:
strachey wrote

15 letters:
really thorough

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