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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with paleo-:

2 syllables:
lay low,
male who,
fail to,
hail to,
mail to,
male to,
males who

3 syllables:
baby who,
lady who,
daily to,
daily whole,
baby shoe,
baby to,
crazy to,
eighty one,
lady cow,
lady to,
lazy to,
navy to,
alien to,
alien whose,
aliens who,
bailey wrote,
baillie wrote,
daily dose,
daily phone,
daily showed,
daily shows,
daily those,
daily wrote,
grey to,
mainly to,
namely to,
plainly to,
prey to,
stately home,
city who,
righty ho,
billy ho,
billy o,
by leo,
clearly how,
detail how,
female who,
tally ho,
baby rose,
casey wrote,
crazy bone,
eighteen to,
eighty two,
gravy boat,
lay siege to,
named diego,
saviour whose,
taney wrote,
aliens whose,
avail to,
bailey could,
bailey would,
daily close,
daily could,
daily flows,
daily globe,
daily goals,
daily gross,
daily grows,
daily growth,
daily loads,
daily notes,
daily should,
daily thrown,
daily would,
daley could,
daley would,
detail to,
female to,
gravely bowed,
grey sole,
haley could,
haley would,
mainly known,
mainly owned,
mainly shown,
mainly shows,
mainly those,
mainly wrote,
naively hoped,
namely those,
paley would,
pay heed to,
plainly showed,
plainly shown,
plainly shows

4 syllables:
behaviour to,
behaviour whose,
frazier joe,
o'casey wrote,
radio to,
slavery to,
female negro

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