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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spring roll:

2 syllables:
his role,
sick role,
sink hole,
things whole,
this role,
being rolled,
bring whole,
ear hole,
roughing rolls,
there whole,
gin pole,
imp pole,
in coal,
in foal,
in goal,
in the hole,
in vol,
since whole,
touch in goal,
build whole,
built whole,
filled whole,
fish bowl,
fish pole,
grilled whole,
his goal,
its sole,
its whole,
killed whole,
pit coal,
pitch coal,
ridge pole,
sheer pole,
this goal,
with coal,
dene hole,
in whole,
pin hole,
being could,
being should,
being sold,
being told,
being would,
bring would,
dick hole,
drill hole,
drink could,
firing could,
firing should,
firing would,
hiring goals,
hiring should,
hiring would,
his sole,
his whole,
is rolled,
it rolled,
its role,
king could,
king should,
king would,
ring bolt,
ring road,
routing should,
routing would,
shit hole,
singh could,
singh should,
singh would,
singh wrote,
sink holes,
sling should,
split roles,
still rolled,
still whole,
sting would,
string could,
string should,
string would,
swing could,
swing should,
swing would,
swiss rolls,
switch roles,
thick rolls,
thing could,
thing should,
thing would,
think could,
this hole,
this whole,
which rolled,
wiring should,
wiring would


3 syllables:
adding whole,
asking would,
bring to heel,
finger bowl,
fulfill roles,
until whole


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