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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with true toad:

2 syllables:
new code,
new mode,
new road,
you showed,
root mode,
root node,
you told,
freud showed,
blue mold,
blue mould,
bourdieu would,
few could,
few would,
fruit whose,
group owned,
group showed,
knew would,
new roads,
proof load,
proof showed,
queue could,
queue should,
queue would,
school owned,
school showed,
screw could,
screw should,
screw would,
thieu would,
too cold,
too could,
too should,
too would,
view would,
views showed,
you could,
you should,
you would,
blue to,
brute could,
brute would,
chute should,
chute would,
clue to,
crew to,
cue to,
drew to,
due to,
few old,
few to,
flew to,
flute would,
fruit could,
fruit should,
fruit to,
fruit would,
grew to,
hew to,
jew to,
knew to,
new to,
root to,
roots showed,
shoot should,
shoot would,
suit to,
thou to,
too old


3 syllables:
review showed,
cartoon showed,
ensue should,
ensue would,
review could,
review should,
review would,
sioux could,
sioux would,
taboo would,
accrue to,
compute nodes,
dilute to,
produced showed,
pursuit could,
pursuit should,
pursuit would,
recruit could,
recruit should,
recruit would,
review to,
salute to,
salute would,
solute loads,
solute should,
solute would


4 syllables:
absolute whole,
absolute could,
absolute should,
absolute would,
computer code,
computer showed


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