Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with zero:

2 syllables:
hear how,
here who,
there who,
being who,
big o,
bit to,
did do,
fit to,
him how,
him who,
his so,
in how,
in no,
in no.,
is how,
is so,
is who,
it to,
it who,
kid who,
king who,
this so,
wit to,
with how,
with tho,
with who,
writ to,
beer to,
dear one,
dear to,
ear hole,
ear to,
ere now,
fear no,
fear to,
fish roe,
hear no,
hear one,
here do,
here no,
here now,
here one,
here so,
here to,
near one,
near to,
peers who,
pierre wrote,
skid row,
speer wrote,
sphere to,
sphere whose,
there do,
there no,
there now,
there one,
there so,
there to,
there whole,
there whose,
there wrote,
were home,
were low,
were no,
were now,
were one,
were so,
were to,
year one,
year to,
years who,
care how,
care who,
poor who,
aiming to,
be it so,
being no,
being now,
being one,
being so

3 syllables:
admit to,
asking how,
commit to,
submit to,
transmit to,
unfit to,
adhere to,
appear so,
appear to,
appear whose,
career to,
career whose,
aware how,
a quick one,
adding one,
adding to,
adding whole,
asking to,
asking whose

4 syllables:
vitamin o

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