Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nodules:

2 syllables:
square rooms,
cause rules,
chart tools,
lodge rooms,
stock rules,
large pools,
law rules,
or rules,
though fools,
block moves,
blocked tubes,
capped tubes,
clock moves,
heart tubes,
sharp hooves,
shock moves,
shock tubes,
square tubes,
stock cubes,
stock foods,
stock moves,
stock rooms,
lodge halls,
choir schools,
from schools,
harsh rules,
bar stools,
bronze tools,
caste rules,
charge moves,
dock dues,
from use,
large rooms,
large tubes,
not use,
sharp tools,
four rooms,
store rooms,
large schools,
square roots

3 syllables:
prepare rules,
madame jules,
module whose,
passage moves,
passage tombs,
modules whose,
enough rules,
enough tools,
father eudes,
prepare foods,
volume as,
volume has,
volume whose,
compare schools,
module is,
adopt rules,
borrow tools,
bourgeois views,
copper tools,
dual use,
father rules,
follow rules,
madame louise,
nasaa rules,
passage proves,
praga tools,
proper rules,
proper tools,
response rules,
rocky pools,
vapor cools,
vowel rules,
enough rooms,
logic rules,
message rules,
module calls,
module deals,
module files,
module gives,
module names,
module needs,
nodule cells,
storage pools,
storage rules

4 syllables:
composite tools,
iguazu falls

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