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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with amole:

6 letters:
at old,
at one

7 letters:
add one,
at home,
bad one

8 letters:
cat hole,
tap hole,
rat mole,
palm oil,
ram home,
spag bol,
that old,
bath oil,
bog hole,
dog hole,
or whole,
pot hole,
that oil,
top hole,
than one,
at whose,
back one

9 letters:
hand hole,
flag pole,
that goal,
that hold,
that role,
that told,
what role,
black oil,
bore hole,
for whole,
knot hole,
your role,
allow one,
back home,
allow all

10 letters:
black coal,
that whole,
blast hole,
shall hold,
black mold,
block coal,
floss hole,
mouse hole,
small hole,
your whole,
black coat,
namma hole,
tallow oil

11 letters:
match whole,
grand whole,
black could,
black holes,
crack could,
laugh could,
laugh would,
stack could,
track could,
black mould,
shall mould,
small whole,
store whole,
black coach,
gnamma hole,
abram would,
assam could,
assam would,
hiram would,
along whole,
among whole,
japan knows,
japan whose

12 letters:
canned whole,
flash should,
passed whole,
plaque could,
trash should,
graham could,
graham would,
bought whole,
attack could,
assam should,
whack a mole,
attack whose

13 letters:
graham should,
brought whole,
potash should,
because whole,
abraham could,
abraham would

14 letters:
abstract whole,
subtract whole,
abraham should

16 letters:
throughout whole

Some other possibilities:

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