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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hold on:

2 syllables:
could an,
should an,
told an,
would an,
moshe dayan,
whole can,
whole man,
could run,
could then,
holds an,
now done,
old man,
old men,
old son,
old when,
should run,
should then,
showed an,
the old man,
to don,
would run,
would then,
gross ton,
one ton,
close run,
code can,
does when,
growth can,
home can,
home run,
home when,
known when,
knows when,
loach ken,
one can,
one man,
one son,
one then,
one when,
poke fun,
those men,
whose son,
bold in,
cold in,
could in,
fold in,
gold in,
old in,
rolled in,
should in,
sold in,
told in,
would in,
to ten,
wrote an,
blow gun,
bold as,
bow pen,
cold as,
cold duck,
could as,
cow man,
cow pen,
do men,
do then,
do when,
does an,
flow can,
fold up,
go when,
goals can,
gold as,
gold has,
ho nan,
hole punch,
holed up,
how can,
how man,
how men,
how then,
no fun,
no man,
no men,
no son,
now can,
now run


3 syllables:
proposed an,
above can,
alone can,
alone when,
approach can,
arose when,
as one man,
denotes an,
enrolled in,
promote an,
above an,
enrolled as,
holy man,
holy men


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