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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ski pole:

2 syllables:
peep hole,
weep hole,
beam hole,
by col.,
fried whole,
key role,
leave whole,
my goal,
my role,
my sole,
see vol,
dry hole,
my whole,
pee hole,
pie hole,
three poles,
three whole,
weep holes,
key bolt,
three bowls,
beach holme,
bead roll,
beauty could,
beauty should,
beauty would,
bougie should,
by cold,
by gold,
by pope,
clique could,
creek could,
dewey could,
dewey should,
dewey would,
feme sole,
free gold,
greek could,
jury could,
jury would,
keep one,
keine rolle,
key cold,
leaf roll,
leave holes,
leaves whole,
louie could,
louie would,
means whole,
peace stole,
peat coal,
sheep whose,
speak could,
steam coal,
steam holes,
steamed whole,
surely could,
surely should,
surely would,
surety could,
surety should,
surety would,
sweet roll,
these holes,
these old,
they could


3 syllables:
agreed whole,
complete whole,
concrete whole,
receive whole,
repeat whole,
tepee poles,
abbie could,
abbie would,
addie could,
addie would,
agree should,
agree would,
concrete wholes,
critique could,
decree could,
decree should,
decree would,
degree could,
degree should,
degree would,
either whole,
entry could,
entry should,
entry would,
grey sole,
icy cold,
ideally should,
ideally would,
mcgee would,
ovary should,
pea coal,
received whole,
sea coal,
sea cole


4 syllables:
pharisee would



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