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

2 syllables:
ear snail,
its tail,
minke whale,
chic sale,
his male,
his pale,
his tail,
his tale,
is pale,
its sale,
king rail,
ring mail,
this tale,
vin de paille,
cliff trail,
deer trail,
drift sail,
pierre terrail,
piked whale,
ridge trail,
this trail,
swing style,
fierce gales,
fin whale,
in jail,
in male,
near gale,
pin rail,
since failed,
since males,
springs trail,
things came,
things failed,
being swayed,
being the case,
bring spain,
bring state,
drink sales,
fish tail,
grilled quail,
its case,
king snake,
mill tail,
pierre bayle,
pierre shale,
pig tail,
ring snake,
ships failed,
skip bail,
slip rail,
split rail,
sprig tail,
string space,
string state,
strips nailed,
swing state,
thick shale,
were male,
will fail,
wiring space,
with male,
with pale,
in sales,
since sales,
trim sails,
being said,
drink eight,
gill ale,
his cane,
his case,
his nails,
its sales,
king came,
king said,
paris failed,
quick sales,
ring tailed,
ships sailed,
smith sailed,
split tail


3 syllables:
going stale,
growing stale,
adding style,
adoring smile,
endearing smile,
pincer nail,
adding space,
river snail,
river swale,
single ale,
unerring skill,
dying whale,
eating stale,
finger nail,
getting stale,
going bail,
lewis shale,
looping snail,
their sale


4 syllables:
becoming stale


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