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

2 syllables:
last call,
last fall,
fact all,
passed all,
passed balls,
past all,
grasp small,
passed small,
asked for,
asked maude,
blank wall,
stand tall,
takes small,
tasks called,
asked belle,
at paul,
glass gall,
that paul,
what paul,
asked of,
at call,
back crawl,
back wall,
bad call,
black shawl,
black squall,
blast walls,
cat call,
class small,
cracked walls,
crank call,
pack wall,
packed small,
paste called,
prank call,
shall call,
takes all,
thank all,
that call,
that fall,
that wall,
tract called,
agnes maule,
and small,
great and small,
plant small,
plants small,
stand small,
takes the fall,
and paul,
ragged shawl,
tasks shall,
and call,
and fall,
at all,
back all,
back haul,
black balls,
brass balls,
class called,
class calls,
douglass called,
glass balls,
glass called,
grass called,
hands all,
sand gall,
that all,
what all


3 syllables:
surpassed all,
attack small,
attract small,
banquet hall,
basket called,
contact calls,
extract called,
extract small,
forecast called,
forecast calls,
attached small


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