Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with goldfinch:

2 syllables:
could pitch,
gold which,
mould which,
should pitch,
would pitch,
could punch,
bowls which,
closed which,
coals which,
dolls which,
goals which,
gold filled,
gold fix,
holes which,
owned which,
poles which,
polls which,
posed which,
roles which,
rolls which,
scrolls which,
shoals which,
soles which,
tolls which,
whole stitch,
wholes which,
could fetch,
old french,
should fetch,
would fetch,
cold fish,
gold fish,
code which,
colds which,
could fill,
could fit,
could switch,
could win,
folds in,
folds which,
goal which,
holds in,
holds which,
molds which,
moulds which,
one inch,
road which,
role which,
scowl which,
scroll which,
shoal which,
should fit,
should switch,
showed which,
thole which,
whole which,
would fill,
would fit,
would switch,
would win,
closed lunch,
whole french,
boast which,
bold in,
coast which,
cold drink,
cold in,
could drink,
could in,
could things,
could think,
fold in,
ghost which,
gold in,
hold in,
mould think,
old in,
old things,
post which

3 syllables:
composed which,
enclosed which,
exposed which,
proposed which,
subgoals which,
supposed witch,
abode which,
anode which,
boulder which,
console which,
folder which,
holder which,
older which,
parole which,
shoulder which,
solder which,
approached which,
compost which,
dolphin which,
enrolled in

4 syllables:
gouldian finch

Some other possibilities:

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See goldfinch used in context: 1 Mother Goose rhyme several books and articles.

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