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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coxal:

2 syllables:
gros sel,
do sul,
lo cal,
low cal,
no cal,
to rural,
so dull,
soaks up,
stone stele,
whole skull,
whose skull,
stokes pulse,
bone cell,
choke full,
crow quill,
foam cell,
load cell,
mol cell,
oat cell,
one cell,
smoke shell,
stone cell,
boats on,
broke duck,
broke the ice,
choked up,
close colleague,
coke gas,
coked up,
does such,
hopes on,
lose some,
notes as,
notes on,
one son,
one such,
poke fun,
probe pulse,
quotes psalm,
ropes up,
showed some,
shown some,
shows some,
shows such,
smoke was,
smoked ham,
smoked tongue,
soaked up,
spoke dutch,
strobe pulse,
those rural,
to crush,
votes on,
whole psalm,
whole rural,
whose son,
wrote some,
folks still,
smoke smell,
smoke still,
spoke ill,
spoke still,
to cell,
to kill,
to sell,
who sell,
moro gulf,
broke up,
choke up,
do come,
do some,
do such,
flow can,
go cup,
go some,
gross up,
how can,
how come,
how some,
how such


3 syllables:
above m.s.l.,
colza oil,
copra oil,
denotes an,
joseph l.,
promote rural,
remote rural,
convex hull,
blows a hole,
shower gel,
above scales,
arose as,
arose on,
blown a hole,
focus assay,
focus has,
focus on,
growing skull


4 syllables:
canola oil,
capone al


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