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

2 syllables:
close guard,
home guard,
nose guard,
bone yard,
cloth yard,
co starred,
flows caused,
growth caused,
rope yard,
those caused,
throat caused,
could guard,
old guard,
should guard,
the old guard,
to guard,
would guard,
fold yard,
holes caused,
phone cards,
smoke caused,
stone carved,
stroke caused,
those cards,
who caused,
blow hard,
coal car,
coal hod,
how hard,
no hard,
so hard,
two cards,
stone lodged,
those polled,
phone cord,
whole board,
coast guard,
does god,
goat god,
old dart,
one god,
the coast guard,
the goat god,
whole caste,
beau monde,
boats armed,
bones caused,
could argue,
gold bond,
jones argued,
loads caused,
roads caused,
scroll bars,
should argue,
so fond,
so scarce,
strokes caused,
those charged,
throat clogged,
whole charge,
whole charm,
whole march,
would argue,
zones caused,
now lord,
to lord,
whole horde,
yolk cord,
broke heart,
folk art,
go cart,
go kart,
how god,
no god,
so god,
stole heart,
to god,
two guards,
whole heart,
coal tar


3 syllables:
alone caused,
approach caused,
solar guard,
parole board,
body guard,
us coast guard,
chaos caused,
le beau monde,
polar bond,
solar pond,
stomach caused,
unknown bards,
holy god,
mobile guard,
noble guard,
older guard,
unto god,
approach argued


4 syllables:
exposure caused,
mucosa caused


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