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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with moldings:

2 syllables:
stole things,
whole things,
could things,
old things,
should things,
broke things,
close things,
does things,
gross things,
grows wings,
growth rings,
how're things,
known things,
knows things,
phone rings,
showed things,
shown things,
shows things,
slowed things,
slows things,
smoke rings,
stone rings,
thofe things,
those kings,
those things,
thrown things,
throws things,
who brings,
whole years,
whose wings,
wrote things,
closed rings,
closed wings,
could disguise,
do things,
how things,
now lives,
throw things,
to things,
two kings,
two lives,
two things,
two wings,
who lives,
whole lives,
coast hills,
holds things,
those tears,
whose limbs,
whose tears,
cloth mills,
growth years,
known years,
no frills,
one lives,
one years,
phone bills,
smoke clears,
smoke fills,
stone mills,
stone sills,
those bills,
those fears,
those kids,
those lives,
those pills,
those years,
to the gills


3 syllables:
above kings,
above things,
approach things,
denote things,
depose kings,
remote things,
suppose things,
unknown things,
chola kings,
deposed kings,
enrolled bills,
holy things,
lowly things,
polar rings,
slowly things,
uncrowned kings,
untold lives,
untold years,
folding phase,
holding phase,
holding these,
holding those,
older things,
above years,
alone fills,
alone lives,
devote years,
propose bills,
remote peers


4 syllables:
unholy things,
upholding these,
upholding those


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