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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dumbbell:

2 syllables:
comme celle,
comme telle,
some well,
stem cell,
cam belt,
dumb bells,
la belle,
ma bell,
can sell,
can tell,
can well,
done well,
man fell,
men fell,
then fell,
then tell,
tun shell,
when well,
young shell,
but fell,
but well,
chief cell,
dutch shell,
has well,
just tell,
lak cell,
must tell,
null cell,
nut shell,
such well,
up well,
was well,
pump well,
sun belt,
but tell,
comme celles,
comme telles,
jam weld,
some cells,
some self,
stem cells,
comme elles,
some help,
air bell,
cette belle,
come full,
delle belle,
drum fill,
him tell,
him well,
some will,
them well,
can bear,
can bet,
can smell,
parent cell,
parent shell,
parent tells,
phnom penh,
sergeant tells,
sun bear,
then felt,
young cells,
young shells,
young welsh,
blood cells,
blood tells,
blood welled,
brush cells,
bug bear,
but felt,
but self


3 syllables:
become well,
acid cell,
apud cell,
become self,
squamous cell,
sea mell,
extra mural,
hotel belle,
qu'une telle,
urban wealth,
acid cells,
added wealth,
adult health,
adult shell,
algal cells,
alice tells,
apud cells,
become death,
become where


4 syllables:
admiral shell


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