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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with azole:

2 syllables:
black coal,
cat hole,
match whole,
tap hole,
that whole,
blast hole,
passed whole,
at old,
black could,
black holes,
canned whole,
crack could,
flag pole,
flash should,
grand whole,
hand hole,
laugh could,
laugh would,
plaque could,
rat mole,
shall hold,
spag bol,
stack could,
that goal,
that hold,
that old,
that role,
that told,
track could,
trash should,
what role,
floss hole,
mouse hole,
bath oil,
black oil,
block coal,
bog hole,
bore hole,
bought whole,
brought whole,
dog hole,
for whole,
knot hole,
or whole,
palm oil,
pot hole,
small hole,
small whole,
store whole,
that oil,
throughout whole,
top hole,
your role,
your whole,
class whose,
glass whose,
grass whose,
add one,
allow one,
at home,
at one,
at whose,
back home,
back one,
bad one,
black coach,
black coat,
black code,
black oak,
black one,
brash oak,
catch one,
flash showed,
graph whose,
had one,
jack oak,
mac os,
ram home,
sack coat,
shall loathe


3 syllables:
because whole,
abstract whole,
allow all,
attack could,
gnamma hole,
namma hole,
potash should,
subtract whole,
tallow oil,
along whole,
among whole,
attack whose,
japan knows,
japan whose


4 syllables:
diplomat whose


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