Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hindu:

2 syllables:
fin du,
in due,
being due,
in too,
chin chou,
his due,
in. you,
in few,
in you,
is due,
it due,
shin shu,
were due,
with due,
in new,
being too,
bring new,
bring you,
did too,
here too,
him you,
if too,
is too,
still too,
there too,
thing you,
this too,
were too,
which too,
with too,
bid you,
fear you,
hear you,
here you,
his few,
his new,
hit you,
if new,
if thou,
is new,
is you,
it knew,
it new,
it true,
it you,
kill you,
kiss you,
miss you,
near new,
near you,
pick you,
shih tzu,
shit zoo,
smith threw,
still you,
there you,
this new,
this you,
till you,
were few,
were new,
were you,
which few,
which new,
which thou,
which you,
will shew,
will you,
wish you,
with few,
with new,
with you,
year you,
when due,
bit too,
in true,
in tune,
it too,
tint tool,
be in shoes,
build new,
chih fu,
cousin louise,
il duce,
in blue,
in food,
in june,
in luke,
in room,
in rule

3 syllables:
adding new,
appear too,
asking you,
i miss you,
until you,
berlin blue,
convince you

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See hindu used in context: 26 rhymes, several books and articles.

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