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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pyrrole:

2 syllables:
there whole,
bring whole,
dene hole,
dick hole,
his sole,
his whole,
in whole,
pin hole,
shit hole,
still whole,
this hole,
this whole,
with whole,
dear old,
his role,
sheer pole,
sick role,
swiss roll,
there rolled,
this role,
till roll,
were old,
whip roll,
year old,
where whole,
big old,
brick could,
build whole,
built whole,
chick could,
dear one,
drill holes,
filled whole,
fish bowl,
fish pole,
gin pole,
grilled whole,
hear one,
here one,
his goal,
his hold,
his old,
imp pole,
in coal,
in foal,
in goal,
in old,
in the hole,
in vol,
is old,
is sold,
it told,
its sole,
its whole,
killed whole,
mis sold,
near one,
parish should,
pierre wrote,
pit coal,
pitch coal,
ridge pole,
since whole,
sink hole,
speer wrote,
sphere whose,
spring holes,
stick could,
still hold,
stitch holes,
tearing holes,
there one,
there whose,
there wrote,
thick could,
things whole,
this goal,
this old,
touch in goal,
trick could,
were home


3 syllables:
adding whole,
until whole,
career roles,
their role,
their whole,
on a roll,
appear whose,
bigger whole,
career whose,
growing whole,
in a hole,
limber hole


4 syllables:
destroying whole


Some other possibilities:

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