Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with systole:

2 syllables:
built whole,
his goal,
his role,
swiss roll,
this role,
his sole,
his whole,
is told,
its toll,
shit hole,
there stole,
this hole,
this whole,
build whole,
filled whole,
grilled whole,
killed whole,
fish pole,
gin pole,
imp pole,
in coal,
in foal,
in goal,
in the hole,
in vol,
its sole,
its whole,
pit coal,
pitch coal,
ridge pole,
sheer pole,
sick role,
since whole,
sink hole,
things whole,
till roll,
touch in goal,
whip roll,
with coal,
being told,
bliss could,
bliss would,
bridge tolls,
bring whole,
chris could,
chris should,
chris would,
christ whose,
dene hole,
dick hole,
fierce scowl,
his bold,
his cold,
his goals,
his gold,
his toes,
his tone,
in whole,
into old,
is cold,
is rolled,
its goal,
its role,
paris could,
paris should,
paris would,
picked holes,
pin hole,
splint coal,
still whole,
swiss could,
swiss rolls,
swiss should,
swiss stone,
swiss would,
there whole,
this bold,
this cold,
this could,
this should,
this stone,
this would,
were told,
which told

3 syllables:
adding whole,
bring to heel,
digit whole,
exist whose,
finite whole,
into all,
into hell,
their toll,
until whole

4 syllables:
maoris could,
maoris would

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