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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hold up:

2 syllables:
whole depth,
post op,
one cup,
bold as,
cold as,
cold duck,
cold on,
could an,
could as,
could on,
go cup,
gold as,
gold has,
gold on,
known depth,
old as,
old dutch,
pole jump,
probe depth,
rolled on,
should an,
shows depth,
sold as,
sold on,
told an,
told as,
told on,
whole dutch,
whose depth,
would an,
would as,
would on,
co op,
grow op,
no op,
road hump,
roll ups,
would jump,
oil cup,
bolt on,
whole tongue,
broke duck,
closed as,
closed on,
coal gas,
coal was,
goal was,
goals as,
hole was,
holes on,
known dutch,
moshe dayan,
no trump,
pole was,
posed as,
role was,
roles as,
scroll chuck,
sol fas,
sol hurok,
spoke dutch,
whole can,
whole man,
whole posse,
whole psalm,
whole was,
could help,
could hope,
should help,
would help,
would hope,
bow leg,
close ups,
coal dust,
code as,
code has,
code on,
cold shut,
cold was,
could assure,
could but,
could come,
could cut,
could get,
could judge,
could let,
could love,
could put,
could run


3 syllables:
enrolled as,
unknown depth,
composed as,
exposed as,
exposed on,
proposed an,
proposed as,
photo op


4 syllables:
arizona dept.


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