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

5 letters:
co op,
no op

6 letters:
go cup,
old as

7 letters:
post op,
one cup,
bold as,
cold as,
cold on,
gold as,
gold on,
sold as,
sold on,
told an,
told as,
told on,
told us,
grow op,
oil cup,
bolt on,
sol fas,
bow leg,
code as,
code on

8 letters:
could an,
could as,
could on,
gold has,
would an,
would as,
would on,
roll ups,
coal gas,
coal was,
goal was,
goals as,
hole was,
holes on,
no trump,
pole was,
posed as,
role was,
roles as,
code has,
cold cut,
cold was,
photo op

9 letters:
cold duck,
old dutch,
pole jump,
rolled on,
should an,
road hump,
closed as,
closed on,
sol hurok,
whole can,
whole man,
whole was,
close ups,
coal dust,
cold shut,
could but,
could cut,
could get,
could let,
could put,
could run

10 letters:
would jump,
broke duck,
could help,
could hope,
would help,
would hope,
could come,
could love,
exposed as,
exposed on

11 letters:
whole depth,
known depth,
probe depth,
shows depth,
whole dutch,
whose depth,
known dutch,
moshe dayan,
spoke dutch,
whole posse,
whole psalm,
should help,
could judge,
enrolled as,
composed as,
proposed an,
proposed as

12 letters:
whole tongue,
scroll chuck,
could assure

13 letters:
unknown depth,
arizona dept.

Some other possibilities:

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