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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with folk tale:

2 syllables:
burros tail,
boat tail,
broke trail,
coat tail,
smoke trail,
bone whale,
goes bail,
gross scale,
mohs scale,
one male,
phone mail,
rose nail,
to scale,
whole gale,
coast trail,
ghost tales,
go bail,
grove trail,
grows stale,
known tales,
no male,
one tailed,
prose tales,
so pale,
stroke scale,
those tales,
to fail,
to jail,
to male,
to sail,
toe nail,
two male,
who fail,
coat tails,
smoke trailed,
smoke trails,
two tailed,
wrote tales,
broke while,
smoke while,
spoke while,
stroke while,
could fail,
old male,
should fail,
would fail,
boats sailed,
broke faith,
c.o.d. sales,
choke chain,
close sales,
cloth sales,
does take,
dough stage,
drove nails,
gross state,
growth failed,
growth sales,
known scale,
low state,
no claim,
no state,
one take,
phone sales,
showed sales,
shows sales,
spoke shave,
stowe state,
stroke weight,
those males,
those sales,
to claim,
to stage,
to state,
two stage,
two state

3 syllables:
pony tail,
chateau style,
verbose style,
above fails,
above scale,
alone failed,
alone fails,
approach failed,
approach fails,
bowhead whale,
coaly shale,
embryo stage,
embryo state,
going bail,
lower scale,
plateau stage,
plateau state,
polar whale,
promote sales,
remote sales,
solar sail,
thurstone scale,
unknown scale

4 syllables:
foreclosure sale

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