Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with metazoa:

4 letters:
do a

5 letters:
to a.,
co op,
do an,
do as,
do on,
do up,
do us,
go as,
go on,
go up,
no op,
so am,
so an,
so as,
so on,
to an,
to as,
to eq,
to ga,
to la,
to on,
to us,
i o u

6 letters:
co une,
does a,
ho hum,
how am,
how an,
how on,
low as,
low on,
now an,
now as,
now on,
pro am,
row on,
so has,
two as,
two on,
two up,
who am,
who as,
who on

7 letters:
blow on,
blow up,
flow as,
flow on,
grow as,
grow on,
grow op,
grow up,
how has,
ko hung,
now has,
plow up,
slow as,
slow up,
to u.s.,
who has,
boat as,
boat on,
bone up,
bow leg,
bow pen,
coat on,
code as,
unto us

8 letters:
throw on,
throw up,
blow gas,
blow gun,
blow ups,
blow was,
blown up,
blows on,
blows up,
broke up,
choke up,
chose as,
close as,
close on,
close up,
cloth on,
code has,
above an,
above as,
above on,
above us,
alone as,
alone on,
arose as,
arose on

9 letters:
above has,
alone has,
bio assay

11 letters:
coach chuck,
approach as,
approach on

12 letters:
approach has

Some other possibilities:

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See metazoa used in context: several books and articles.

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