Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shippo:

5 letters:
big o,
in no,
is so,
it to

6 letters:
bit to,
did do,
fit to,
his so,
in how,
in no.,
is how,
is who,
it who,
wit to,
hip to,
lip to,
tip to,
bid to,
big to

7 letters:
him how,
him who,
kid who,
this so,
writ to,
dip toe,
ning po,
ship to,
skip to,
trip to,
his bow,
will bo,
beer to,
big one,
big toe,
bill to,
billy o

8 letters:
hear how,
here who,
king who,
with how,
with tho,
with who,
flip one,
slip one,
wing bow,
be it so,
being no,
being so,
being to,
bring no,
bring to,
built to,
click to,
climb to,
cling to,
admit to,
unfit to,
billy ho,
clear to

9 letters:
being who,
there who,
script to,
drill bow,
aiming to,
being now,
being one,
bridge to,
bring one,
christ to,
commit to,
submit to,
adding to,
adhere to,
appear so,
appear to,
asking to,
berlin to,
career to,
vitamin o

10 letters:
dipped toe,
shipped to,
bring home,
christ who,
asking how,
adding one,
violin bow

11 letters:
strip whose,
stripped to,
being whose,
bring whole,
chill dough,
transmit to,
equipped to,
a quick one

12 letters:
bridge whose,
adding whole,
appear whose,
asking whose,
career whose

13 letters:
chilled dough

Some other possibilities:

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