Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with socalled:

2 syllables:
bloke called,
now called,
pharaoh called,
who called,
close hauled,
yolk cord,
close called,
cloth called,
coach called,
globe called,
goethe called,
grove called,
growth called,
one called,
shows called,
slope called,
stone called,
those called,
wrote called,
go board,
now lord,
to board,
to lord,
to ward,
whole horde,
boats hauled,
phone cord,
stone walled,
who calls,
boats called,
bones called,
coast called,
codes called,
crows cawed,
folks called,
ghost called,
gould called,
growths called,
holes called,
homes called,
jones called,
no call,
nodes called,
notes called,
now call,
poles called,
rhodes called,
roads called,
rolls called,
stones called,
to call,
tones called,
who call,
zones called,
broke and,
cloak and,
coke and,
folk and,
joke and,
low balled,
oak and,
smoke and,
smoke caused,
spoke and,
stroke and,
stroke caused,
who caused,
no court,
to court,
cloth halls,
crow corn,
dough balls,
float board

3 syllables:
plateau called,
above called,
alone called,
approach called,
lower chord,
slowly hauled,
below called,
broker called,
bureau called,
fellow called,
homer called,
meadow called,
owner called,
plato called,
poem called,
rousseau called,
shadow called,
thoreau called,
widow called,
above board,
embryo formed

4 syllables:
chicago called,
chromosomes called,
composer called,
enclosure called,
volcano called

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