Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pentode:

2 syllables:
bell toad,
web toed,
check showed,
dead code,
dead load,
death showed,
deck load,
head bowed,
press showed,
rare mode,
sketch showed,
fin toed,
friend showed,
trend showed,
best mode,
chest showed,
flesh showed,
french showed,
genes showed,
glenn could,
glenn gould,
glenn would,
left hold,
sense showed,
sent home,
sent one,
spent one,
spent whole,
vent hole,
went home,
went one,
arendt would,
bent to,
brent could,
brent would,
cent to,
lent to,
rent to,
scent could,
scent would,
sent to,
spent could,
spent should,
spent to,
spent would,
stent should,
tent to,
trent could,
trent should,
trent would,
vent to,
went gold,
went to,
being towed

3 syllables:
agent showed,
content showed,
percent owned,
percent showed,
access code,
access road,
progress slowed,
success showed,
agent whose,
alain would,
content whose,
effect showed,
except rhode,
head to head,
object code,
object owned,
percent whole,
percent whose,
project showed,
subject showed,
agent could,
agent holds,
agent should,
agent to,
agent who,
agent would,
center showed,
content codes,
content could,
content should,
content to,
content would,
convent could,
convent should,
convent would,
percent could,
percent should,
percent to,
percent would,
prevent mould,
prevent would,
senate showed,
went to seed,
berlin showed

4 syllables:
adrienne could,
adrienne would

Some other possibilities:

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