Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clout nail:

2 syllables:
brown ale,
stout ale,
wrought nails,
brown shale,
brown tail,
mouse tail,
brown snail,
south aisle,
south trail,
brought tales,
that male,
at yale,
bought while,
brought while,
doubt while,
glass snail,
not fail,
out while,
that fail,
throughout chile,
throughout while,
grown males,
throughout maine,
baume scale,
brought face,
brought shame,
brought trade,
brown failed,
brown sails,
brown scale,
crown failed,
doubt raise,
grown stale,
house failed,
house snake,
out trade,
rout cake,
south failed,
spouse fails,
stout chain,
throughout phase,
your name,
your sales,
cat tail,
drawn aisle,
rat tail,
pound nails,
bought eight,
brought eight,
doubt have,
house sales,
mouse trails,
mouth trailed,
out take,
out tray,
own age,
own name,
scout named,
1st-class mail,
1st class mail,
all male,
black mail,
black male,
both male,
cloud while,
crowd while,
fan mail,
for male

3 syllables:
enough scale,
about sales,
outer aisle,
about while,
crowded aisle,
about face,
about faith,
about race,
about trade,
about ways,
about weight,
devout faith,
enough trade,
power scale,
recount tales,
about age,
about eight,
about naked,
about names,
account fails,
account name,
account sales,
accounts sales,
county jail,
enough sales,
lookout trail,
outer rails,
outer scale,
router fails,
without fail,
aloud while

4 syllables:
southern aisle

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