Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with genitals:

3 syllables:
metal hulls,
credit as,
merit as,
bread ovens,
devil loves,
messiah comes,
fresh mussels,
headed gulls,
stretch muscles,
air bubbles,
began as,
credit comes,
dressed couples,
era was,
genera tions,
heaven as,
heaven has,
level as,
level has,
metal tongues,
set up as,
seven tongues,
vessel has,
where couples,
peanut hulls,
pennant hills,
credit was,
fennel bulbs,
gentle as,
mention has,
pleasant as,
tea was,
tense muscles,
venice was,
thumb muscles,
beta cells,
devil hills,
double hulls,
genus aedes,
linux comes,
seven hells,
seven hills,
sterile hills,
theca cells,
wooden hulls

4 syllables:
dilemma comes,
genital phase,
tea towels,
excess acids,
chemical whose,
access tunnels,
benefit as,
credit offers,
depression as,
develop as,
enema shows,
expression as,
expression has,
grecian isles,
profession as,
profession has,
seven isles,
terrible as,
amended as,
extended as,
aegates isles,
agenda was,
attention as,
attention has,
convention as,
convention has,
credit titles,
credit totals,
developed as,
editor has,
enemy as,
enemy has,
expenses as,
general as,
general has,
marital homes,
marital lives,
recent troubles,
seven hotels,
sterile towels,
chlorella cells,
resin acids,
vienna woods,
vienna years,
defendant has,
defense patrols,
density as

5 syllables:
mckenna duties,
nondistressed couples,
professional whose,
extended delays,
agenda items,
convention hotels,
genital areas

6 syllables:
continental hotels

Some other possibilities:

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