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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vertu:

2 syllables:
aigre doux,
her new,
her you,
learn new,
her true,
hurt you,
work too,
heard you,
word you,
her blue,
her crew,
her food,
her room,
her shoes,
her soul,
her use,
her view,
per cu,
serve you,
turn you,
urge you,
work you,
chert tools,
first few,
first new,
first tooth,
first true,
first you,
germ tube,
stern tube,
third tooth,
at too,
bit too,
but too,
by too,
do too,
get too,
go too,
got too,
it too,
knew too,
know too,
not too,
now too,
out too,
put too,
see too,
so too,
that too,
thought too,
too too,
way too,
yet too,
you too,
bird flu,
bird food,
fleur de luce,
words you,
world you,
church viewed,
curb roof,
earth loop,
earth shoes,
earth shrew


3 syllables:
offer you,
ember goose,
fire new,
offers you,
our new,
return you,
certain new,
either too,
fire tube,
lower tooth,
neither too,
never too,
offer tools,
our true,
power tool,
rather too,
research tool,
tire tool,
afford shoes,
occur due,
toward new,
toward you,
better you,
bother you,
brier root,
cherie booth,
clear blue,
clear soup,
clear view,
early new


4 syllables:
entire tooth,
reward you,
another few,
another new


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