Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with actuals:

3 syllables:
glass jewels,
paste jewels,
glass noodles,
graham hughes,
black pupils,
frank hughes,
value as,
value has,
crown jewels,
fought duels,
statute as

4 syllables:
actual cause,
actual hours,
actual lines,
actual lives,
actual loads,
actual noise,
actual phase,
actual size,
actual use,
factual cause,
attack humans,
classic ruins,
actual house,
actual loss,
actual earth,
actual height,
actual life,
actual light,
actual or,
padua hills,
samuel hayes,
actual beings,
actual coins,
actual curves,
actual deeds,
actual files,
actual flows,
actual gains,
actual games,
actual goals,
actual goods,
actual hands,
actual means,
actual modes,
actual names,
actual needs,
actual phrase,
actual roles,
actual rules,
actual sales,
actual shares,
actual signs,
actual tears,
actual terms,
actual things,
actual times,
actual tools,
actual views,
actual words,
actual years,
factual prose,
factual terms

5 syllables:
actually has,
actual areas,
actual authors,
actual errors,
actual ideas,
actual issues,
actual leaders,
actual letters,
actual losses,
actual owners,
actual powers,
actually cause,
actually chose,
actually does,
actually hears,
actually knows,
actually raise,
actually shows,
actually these,
actually those,
actually use,
actually was,
factual errors,
factual issues

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