Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with top hole:

2 syllables:
hop pole,
block coal,
drop goal,
slop bowl,
square pole,
bob dole,
cob coal,
block could,
bog roll,
bomb holes,
both old,
brock could,
clock could,
flock could,
from coal,
from old,
got hold,
heart whole,
hot roll,
knock cold,
knock holes,
locke could,
log roll,
not hold,
not old,
not told,
ofthe whole,
pot holed,
shock could,
spock could,
square holes,
stock could,
barge pole,
copped hold,
cops hold,
dropped sole,
lodge poles,
black coal,
bought whole,
brought whole,
cod oil,
for whole,
from oil,
match whole,
or whole,
rock oil,
small whole,
store whole,
that whole,
throughout whole,
your role,
your whole,
bob hope,
block whose,
bog oak,
both those,
cause whose,
clock whose,
follow one,
frock coat,
from home,
from one,
from whose,
god does,
god whose,
got home,
got one,
not home,
not hope,
not one,
square one,
square whose,
stock whose,
watch whose,
whom one,
flag pole,
lop l,
may pole,
pry pole,
ski pole,
slop pail,
snap roll

3 syllables:
bourgeois could,
bourgeois would,
dual role,
dubois would,
follow all,
shot to hell,
swallow whole,
proper holes,
proper role,
along whole,
among whole,
because whole,
dubois wrote,
moloch whose,
passage whose,
icy pole,
poppy oil

4 syllables:
another whole

Some other possibilities:

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