Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cardinal:

3 syllables:
martha kneale,
shock tunnel,
cause double,
cause renal,
choir chapel,
rock gunnel,
sharp apl,
square chapel,
arched tunnel,
larvae tunnel,
barge canal,
carved double,
charge double,
charged double,
garden as,
garden on,
harden up,
large canal,
large double,
saimaa canal,
sharp double,
cause fetal,
cause muscle,
cause nasal,
john russell,
not trouble,
pascal l,
proc. suppl,
prof. russell,
prof. zabol,
scott russell,
short tunnel,
stock bubble,
swan mussel,
for double,
or double,
heart muscle,
heart trouble,
sharp tussle,
smarten up,
start trouble,
watched uncle,
bargain on,
barge couple,
bronze double,
cause spinal,
caused fetal,
clark russell,
drop bundle,
giant double,
guard office,
large adult,
large basal,
large bubble,
large chapel,
large genus,
large muscle,
london as,
london has,
london on,
marsh chapel,
martha brill,
month double,
placa reial,
sharpen up,
swamp canal,
thomas l.,
arden hills,
bored tunnel,
garden hills,
garden nail,
guard until,
or renal,
harbour tunnel,
marked renal

4 syllables:
yasar kemal,
pasar modal,
duang kamol,
sarda canal,
subodh gopal,
bihar tribal,
moffat tunnel,
bourgeois couple,
charlie hustle,
donor renal,
father connell,
gotha canal,
karel appel,
regarded as,
solid double,
tarawa atoll,
tradi tional,
regard until,
harbor tunnel,
remarked uncle

5 syllables:
another tunnel,
another canal,
another double,
miami canal,
tornado funnel

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See cardinal used in context: 5 rhymes, 27 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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