Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with turco:

2 syllables:
clerk who,
her co,
her go,
church who,
flour dough,
flour to,
girl who,
heard how,
her bow,
her do,
her low,
her no,
her now,
her so,
her to,
hurt to,
learn how,
nurse who,
spur to,
turn now,
wore no,
clerk to,
clerk whose,
fur coat,
her coat,
her how,
her who,
work now,
work one,
work shoe,
work so,
work to,
worked to,
her goal,
bird to,
birth to,
birth whose,
burnt to,
church chose,
church to,
church whose,
curve to,
curve whose,
earth those,
earth to,
earth whose,
firm to,
first to,
first who,
flour doughs,
girl to,
girl whose,
girls who,
heard no,
heard one,
heard so,
heard to,
her brow,
her nose,
her phone,
her robe,
her role,
her toes,
her tone,
her two,
hers to,
jurors whose,
kaiser roll,
kaiser wrote

3 syllables:
alert to,
expert to,
expert who,
observe how,
offer no,
offer to,
recur to,
power co.,
worker who,
adjourn to,
afford no,
afford to,
buyer to,
clear to,
clearly how,
clergy who,
converge to,
deferred to,
deserve to,
elgar wrote,
expert whose,
experts who,
fire to,
flower to,
hurry to

4 syllables:
employer to,
employers who

5 syllables:
entrepreneurs who,
entrepreneur knows,
entrepreneurs to,
entrepreneurs whose

Some other possibilities:

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