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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acceptable:

3 syllables:
cette double,
where double,
air bubble,
tech bubble,
bent double,
chest trouble,
fresh trouble,
slept huddled,
smell trouble,
spell trouble,
where tribal,
where trouble,
dressed couple,
press chapel,
air shuttle,
bare knuckle,
fresh muscle,
press s.a.r.l.,
printa ble,
charred rubble,
faire appel,
twelve double,
where beautiful,
air bubbles,
belt buckle,
breast muscle,
chest muscle,
kent bugle,
pressure tunnel,
scheldt canal,
stretched muscle,
trent canal,
chest troubles,
fresh troubles

4 syllables:
possess double,
access tunnel,
accept adult,
except uncle,
expect trouble,
perfect double,
prevent double,
prevent trouble,
protect tribal,
recent double,
recent trouble,
cadet chapel,
assess fetal,
assess muscle,
assess renal,
excess muscle,
hotel shuttle,
accept hegel,
carry double,
complex double,
convent chapel,
heavy double,
narrow double,
perfect couple,
whether double,
yellow double,
accept office,
accepted an,
accepted as,
accepted on,
access tunnels,
affect adult,
affect basal,
affect fetal,
affect muscle,
affect renal,
alain boublil,
della pubbl,
depressed nasal,
detect fetal,
detect renal,
direct adult,
direct fetal,
direct muscle,
direct renal,
erect bugle,
erectus skull,
narrow tunnel,
percent adult,
perfect basal,
perfect shuffle,
prevent adult,
prevent fetal,
prevent muscle,
prevent renal,
protect fetal,
triceps muscle,
except table,
any trouble,
detect subtle,
except allah,
except brazil,
express subtle,
heavy trouble

5 syllables:
gabrielle chanel,
affected bowel

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See acceptable used in context: 17 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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