Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with goldfields:

2 syllables:
closed fields,
owned fields,
coal fields,
whole fields,
ghost fields,
soaked fields,
growth fields,
known fields,
phone fields,
those fields,
whose fields,
would needs,
could field,
gold field,
old field,
two fields,
joined fields,
gross yields,
growth yields,
jones feels,
rolled beams,
rolled leaves,
slope yields,
called fields,
child fields,
filled fields,
oil fields,
tilled fields,
walled fields,
throat feels,
close deals,
closed field,
could seize,
could shield,
could tease,
could these,
could wield,
could yield,
hold these,
mould these,
one feels,
rolled steels,
should seize,
should shield,
should these,
should wield,
should yield,
sowed seeds,
those deeds,
whole needs,
whole seeds,
whose deeds,
would seize,
would shield,
would tease

3 syllables:
enclosed fields,
boulder fields,
older fields,
remote fields,
above fields,
knowledge fields,
unknown fields,
furrowed fields,
golden fields,
lowland fields,
polar fields,
above yields,
alone yields,
approach yields,
boson fields,
frozen fields,
global fields,
local fields,
lonely fields,
motion fields,
open fields,
photon fields,
sloping fields,
soccer fields,
social fields,
supposed needs,
untilled fields,
motor fields,
above deals,
alone feels,
approach deals,
body shields,
enclosed field,
exposed field,
foretold these,
golden shields,
growing fields,
holding shields,
joseph fields,
opposed fields,
proposed field,
stony fields,
unfold these,
uphold these

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