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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with breaking ball:

3 syllables:
making all,
taking all,
mating call,
training wall,
wailing wall,
making calls,
making false,
making small,
taking calls,
taking small,
facing small,
facing walls,
making for,
making more,
making thought,
making war,
making wrong,
makings of,
mating calls,
may recall,
placing calls,
placing small,
raising false,
raising small,
scaling walls,
taking for,
taking more,
taking thought,
taking wrong,
training called,
training walls,
waking thought,
be the making of,
gaming halls,
making board,
making broad,
making of,
making off,
making or,
paying calls,
paying small,
playing false,
playing small,
shaking of,
shaking off,
staying small,
taking of,
taking off,
trading halt,
bracing shall,
casing shall,
mailing shall,
rating shall,
training shall,
wake-up call,
wake up call,
basin called


4 syllables:
retaining wall,
containing all,
remaining balls,
containing false,
containing small,
containing walls,
creating false,
creating small,
obtaining false,
obtaining small,
remaining small,
remaining walls,
retaining walls,
today recall,
decaying walls,
making causal,
making moral,
partaking of,
playing kickball,
taking moral,
remaining shall


5 syllables:
undulating walls


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