Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vocalize:

3 syllables:
focal lines,
local lines,
vocal lines,
open eyes,
two guys,
focal light,
focal line,
local light,
local line,
noble lines,
social lines,
social ties,
total lines,
who buys,
broken lines,
focal signs,
local files,
local guides,
local mines,
local signs,
local times,
local wines,
spoken lines,
vocal signs,
broken knife,
broken night,
cloak aside,
does a line,
global light,
josiah meigs,
mobile light,
noble height,
noble light,
notice signs,
opened eyes,
roman eines,
social life,
soda lime,
thrown alive,
total height,
total light,
who decides,
local laws,
local phase,
stroke colors,
two colors,
those guys,
broken cries,
broken light,
broken line,
broken sides,
broken tiles,
coastal lines,
do a line,
focus gives,
focus light,
global times,
loaded lines,
local guide,
local time,
local white,
modem lines,
noble beings,
noble ideals,
noble prize,
noble wives,
ocean lines,
quoted lines,
roman limes,
roman lines,
social beings,
social ideals,
social times,
soda lye,
those supplies,
to align,
total miles,
total times

4 syllables:
approach relies,
léo delibes,
local buyers,
local ideas,
unbroken lines,
approach assigns,
arizona mines,
lakota times,
unbroken night,
alone supplies,
broken wires,
global buyers,
global ideas,
leo delibes,
noble ideas,
noble sires,
prodromal signs,
proposal gives,
social ideas,
token arrives

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