Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with button hole:

3 syllables:
be on a roll,
beautiful whole,
written whole,
sheridan knowles,
britain whose,
get on one,
britain could,
britain holds,
britain should,
britain would,
briton could,
briton would,
hutton would,
sutton would,
given whole,
seven whole,
buddha could,
buddha knows,
buddha should,
buddha would,
stratum whose,
beautiful old,
but above,
canal coal,
comma should,
comma would,
dinah could,
dinah would,
fetus whose,
fossa should,
get a load,
helen knows,
let alone,
prussia could,
prussia should,
prussia would,
rajah should,
rajah would,
russia could,
russia knows,
russia should,
russia would,
russian whose,
struck a note,
sulla could,
u.s.a. could,
u.s.a. should,
u.s.a. would,
eaten whole,
retain all,
suntan oil,
laden could,
laden would,
sheridan could,
sheridan should,
sheridan would,
stratum could,
stratum should,
stratum would,
sudden volte,
bacon could,
bacon rolls,
bacon should,
bacon would,
britain chose,
britain hoped,
britain owned,
britain showed,
britain shows,
cullen could,
cullen would,
damon could,
damon would,
detain those,
fetus could,
fetus should,
fetus would,
frontal pole,
get up nose,
helen could,
helen gould,
helen holmes,
helen should,
helen would,
hutton wrote,
junta could,
junta should,
junta would,
lumen should,
maman would,
marathon would

4 syllables:
a cut above,
abdullah could,
abdullah should,
abdullah would,
addison could,
addison should,
addison would,
definite whole,
limited whole

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