Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with io:

2 syllables:
guy who,
bite to,
buy one,
bye to,
eye to,
fight to,
five o,
flight to,
fly to,
guy to,
height to,
high go,
high low,
high to,
knight who,
life who,
light to,
like how,
might to,
mine who,
nigh to,
night to,
quite to,
right to,
sight to,
site to,
slight to,
tight to,
time how,
time who,
type o,
type who,
white to,
wife who,
write to,
day who,
ai koan,
beings who,
bride to,
bride whose,
child who,
cried to,
crime to,
crime whose,
died to,
dried whole,
drive home,
drive to,
drive whose

3 syllables:
briefly to,
chiefly to,
decide how,
decide who,
delight to,
describe how,
divide dough,
polite to,
today who,
a high old,
alive to,
alive whose,
arrive to,
aside to,
assign to,
briefly known,
briefly showed,
briefly shown,
briefly shows,
briefly those,
buyer to,
buyer whose,
chiefly known,
chiefly owned,
chiefly shown,
chiefly those,
city who,
combine to,
conspire to,
decide to,
decide whose,
decline to,
describe to,
described how,
describes how,
design known,
design to,
design whose,
desire to,
desire whose,
diet to,
divide whole,
divine whole,
divine whose,
driver who,
empire to,
empire whose

4 syllables:
families who,
entire whole,
expertise to

Some other possibilities:

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