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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sinkhole:

2 syllables:
sink hole,
in coal,
drink should,
drink would,
pit coal,
pitch coal,
shrink would,
sick role,
things whole,
think should,
think would,
with coal,
being could,
bring whole,
dick hole,
drink could,
firing could,
king could,
singh could,
sink holes,
splint coal,
spring could,
string could,
swing could,
thing could,
think could,
fierce scowl,
its goal,
its role,
its toll,
there stole,
in goal,
touch in goal,
gin pole,
his goal,
imp pole,
in foal,
in the hole,
in vol,
since whole,
this goal,
being close,
bisque dolls,
bring close,
build whole,
built whole,
cling close,
drink known,
drink those,
filled whole,
fish bowl,
fish pole,
grilled whole,
his role,
its sole,
its whole,
killed whole,
kings could,
kings should,
kings would,
link road,
links whose,
ridge pole,
rilke would,
rings could,
rings should,
rings would,
sheer pole,
spring close,
springs could,
springs should,
springs would,
strings could,
strings should,
strings would,
swings would,
swiss roll,
thing close,
things could,
things should,
things would,
think shows,
think those,
this role,
till roll,
whip roll,
wings could,
wings should,
wings would,
cousin could,
dene hole


3 syllables:
adding whole,
single whole,
brings to heel,
whisker pole,
alvin could,
berlin could,
devlin could


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