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

5 letters:
lop l


7 letters:
not old,
cod oil,
bog oak,
got one,
not one


8 letters:
hop pole,
bob dole,
cob coal,
bog roll,
both old,
from old,
got hold,
hot roll,
log roll,
not hold,
not told,
from oil,
or whole,
rock oil,
bob hope,
from one,
god does,
got home,
not home,
not hope,
whom one,
may pole,
pry pole,
ski pole,
icy pole


9 letters:
drop goal,
slop bowl,
from coal,
pot holed,
cops hold,
for whole,
your role,
from home,
god whose,
flag pole,
slop pail,
snap roll,
dual role,
poppy oil


10 letters:
block coal,
bomb holes,
knock cold,
barge pole,
black coal,
that whole,
your whole,
both those,
follow one,
frock coat,
from whose,
square one,
follow all


11 letters:
square pole,
block could,
brock could,
clock could,
flock could,
heart whole,
knock holes,
locke could,
ofthe whole,
shock could,
spock could,
stock could,
copped hold,
lodge poles,
match whole,
small whole,
store whole,
block whose,
cause whose,
clock whose,
stock whose,
watch whose,
proper role,
along whole,
among whole


12 letters:
square holes,
dropped sole,
bought whole,
square whose,
dubois would,
shot to hell,
proper holes,
dubois wrote,
moloch whose


13 letters:
brought whole,
swallow whole,
because whole,
passage whose,
another whole


15 letters:
bourgeois could,
bourgeois would


16 letters:
throughout whole


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