Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with matthews:

2 syllables:
bad news,
black shoes,
sad news,
shall use,
strap shoes,
than use,
that jews,
that news,
that use,
track shoes,
what news,
what use,
snow shoes,
straw shoes,
shall loose,
flat hoop,
path as,
lathe tools,
and use,
at too,
backed tools,
bath room,
black blues,
black moods,
black pools,
bran new,
brass screws,
brass tubes,
chat rooms,
class moves,
class rooms,
class rules,
class views,
craft tools,
dance shoes,
draft tubes,
flash tubes,
glass cools,
glass tubes,
had used,
land use,
sand dunes,
shaft tombs,
shall bruise,
shall chuse,
snack foods,
span new,
squad rooms,
staff moves,
staff rooms,
staff rules,
staff views,
than new,
that moves,
that rules,
that too,
that used,
trans use,
what used,
that thou,
what thou

3 syllables:
attack cruise,
value as,
value has,
value whose,
enough booze,
enough shoes,
annie louise,
attack rules,
attack tools,
carrie louise,
combat crews,
japan moves,
lasso tools,
many jews,
myriad rules,
raccoon eyes,
rachel louise,
sarah louise,
shabby shoes,
statue whose,
statute as,
statute whose,
tattered shoes,
value shows,
value these,
value those,
value was,
values as,
values whose,
matthew shows

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