Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crossbill:

2 syllables:
fall ill,
law will,
or ill,
saw mill,
small hill,
long bill,
though built,
nob hill,
all will,
ball mill,
cross still,
floss silk,
jaw bit,
laws will,
long will,
loss will,
more will,
ngong hills,
nor will,
or kill,
or will,
raw milk,
raw silk,
small hills,
straw being,
straw bid,
strong will,
though being,
though filled,
though still,
thought will,
trough being,
trough filled,
walk mill,
war will,
all bills,
drawn bills,
or build,
or built,
short bill,
small bills,
store bills,
store built,
strong build,
strong built,
vault built,
all hell,
caught hell,
cross sell,
down hill,
draw well,
for al,
gore al,
half full,
know will,
not ill,
not till,
or hell,
out till,
por el,
raw wool,
rock hill,
that hill,
though well,
trois mille,
trough shell,
raw pig,
saw pit,
all here,
all his,
all if,
all in,
all is,
all it,
auch in,
ball in,
ball is,
bore him,
bore his

3 syllables:
mcgraw hill,
among hills,
kumaun hills,
reform bill,
a f of l,
along his,
along in,
along it,
among his,
because here,
because his,
because if,
because in,
because it,
before him,
before his,
before in,
before it,
belong here,
belong in

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