Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with edo:

6 letters:
met to,
net to,
set to,
yet to,
jell o,
yet do,
did do,
air to,
egg to

7 letters:
debt to,
yet how,
yet who,
dead to,
fair do,
head so,
head to,
hell do,
lead to,
them do,
well do,
kid who,
bear to,
bell to,
belt to,
bent to,
best to,
care to,
cell to,
cent to,
dare to,
deaf to,
deck to,
edge to,
fair to,
fare to,
fell to,
felt to

8 letters:
care how,
care who,
guess so,
heave ho,
tell how,
tell who,
them how,
them who,
well how,
bread to,
dead now,
lead one,
where do,
chair to,
check to,
chest to,
death to,
flesh to,
guest to,
ahead to,
agent to,
elect to

9 letters:
threat to,
guess how,
guess who,
head home,
spread to,
thread to,
breast to,
breath to,
regret to,
aware how,
access to,
affect to,
agent who,
direct to,
effect to,
except to,
expect to

10 letters:
dressed to,
friend who,
blessed to,
checked to,
assess how,
affect how,
bequest to,
connect to,
content to,
express to

11 letters:
bread dough,
bread whole,
fresh dough,
press dough,
extra dough,
assessed to,
bequeath to

12 letters:
bread doughs,
thread whose,
addressed to,
excess dough,
confessed to,
expressed to

13 letters:
progressed to

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