Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with capability:

3 syllables:
philip i,
him money,
his ally,
ling honey,
michael i,
siml i,
thick honey,
with honey,
cricket teal,
his safety,
minute by,
minute teeth,
nitta tree,
philip vi,
spirit by,
still achieve,
still agree,
still appeal,
still fully,
still lovely,
visit by,
visit my,
were lucky,
will achieve,
will agree,
will appeal,
william i,
william i.,
there lately,
thing lately,
cousin hetty,
kill any,
mill levy,
still heavy,
will any,
big muddy,
cited by,
fiddle de dee,
fitted by,
rich buddy,
thick muddy,
beer money,
being fully,
being funny,
bitten by,
bring money,
chicken pie,
cousin sophie,
dear money,
device by,
fitzhugh lee,
gin rummy,
given by

4 syllables:
until lately,
virgin honey,
avila beach,
manila bean,
philip ii,
until fully,
until money,
until puffy,
vanilla bean,
fulfill duties,
philip hitti,
silly putty,
stiletto heel,
until fatigue,
i tell a lie,
marcellus i,
until heavy,
admitted by,
committed by,
emitted by,
omitted by,
permitted by,
submitted by,
transmitted by,
adding money,
addition they,
admission fee,
appear fully,
appear fuzzy,
asking money,
clear money,
clear sunny,
commission by,
commit fully,
commit money,
condition by,
cyrus ii,
decision by,
division by,
forbidden by

5 syllables:
granadilla tree,
sapodilla tree,
acquisition by,
acquisition fee,
criteria by,
definition by

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