Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bolt down:

2 syllables:
whole town,
old town,
could drown,
should drown,
would drown,
whole crown,
ghost town,
home town,
one town,
post town,
road town,
cow town,
to town,
whole towns,
coach brown,
home grown,
those brown,
those grown,
whose crown,
wrote brown,
could bounce,
could count,
could found,
could mount,
could round,
could sound,
could wound,
gold bound,
gold crown,
gould found,
rolled round,
should count,
should crown,
should found,
should mount,
should round,
should sound,
should wound,
strolled round,
to drown,
would bounce,
would count,
would crown,
would found,
would frown,
would mount,
would pounce,
would pound,
would round,
would sound,
would wound,
bowls found,
choked sound,
coast found,
coast round,
goals found,
holes found,
holes round,
now grown,
poles found,
polls found,
roles found,
rolls round,
scrolls found,
to brown,
whole ground,
cloth towns,
coast towns,
could doubt,
could house,
doled out,
float round,
fold out,
ghost towns,
hold out,
known towns,
notes sound,
old house,
rolled out,
should doubt,
sold out,
stole round,
stroll round,
those towns,
throat wound,
whole mount,
whole pound,
whole round,
whole sound,
whose own,
would doubt

3 syllables:
above brown,
molar crown,
roll your own,
slowly grown,
go to town,
over town,
promote sound,
promote wound,
remote sound

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