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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with carpal bone:

3 syllables:
partial tone,
marble bones,
charge alone,
charm alone,
guard alone,
heart alone,
march alone,
sparta alone,
stars alone,
start alone,
tarsal bones,
charges shown,
marcus stone,
market known,
marble stone,
marble throne,
caste alone,
crops alone,
fossil bones,
france alone,
garden known,
honour alone,
market tone,
marshall jones,
model known,
model shown,
month alone,
parcels owned,
partial tones,
profile shown,
rocks alone,
solve alone,
stocks alone,
block alone,
cards alone,
cause alone,
charles alone,
drama alone,
facial bones,
farms alone,
god alone,
hearts alone,
mammal bones,
marks alone,
not alone,
papal throne,
parts alone,
scott alone,
sharp above,
shock alone,
stock alone,
watch alone,
boxes shown,
london phone,
option shown,
problem known,
problem shown,
gospel known,
sample known,
sample shown,
martin boehm


4 syllables:
depart alone,
carnally known,
females alone,
response alone,
canada alone,
cargo alone,
farmer alone,
party alone,
passage alone,
rarely alone,
responses shown,
example known,
example shown,
carbon alone,
copper alone,
vapor alone


5 syllables:
metatarsal bones,
nishihara loans


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