Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with newcastle:

3 syllables:
bruce castle,
new castile,
newark castle,
choose apple,
fruit apple,
screw channel,
stewed apple,
loose cattle,
new candle,
blue coral,
blue mantle,
blue tangle,
broom handle,
fruits apple,
groot aantal,
groove angle,
group passes,
screw passes,
smooth channel,
smooth handle,
spoon handle,
stewed apples,
you travel,
beauty castle,
black castle,
brick castle,
chirk castle,
new council,
shuri castle,
blue angel,
view angle,
you handle,
new model,
new novel,
plume model,
queue model,
true laurel,
fruit capsules

4 syllables:
review panel,
fewer cattle,
carew castle,
cluny castle,
gloomy castle,
acute angle,
acute ankle,
obtuse angle,
produce ample,
produce apples,
reduce sample,
refuse battle,
renewed battle,
review panels,
review sample,
conway castle,
mohawk castle,
review council,
abuse scandal,
bedroom candle,
jewish cattle,
lewis carrol,
muley axle,
assume moral,
review model,
ducal castle,
feudal castle,
fewer hassles,
moving castle,
produce capsules,
ruined castle,
ruthin castle,
tissue capsule,
tumor capsule

5 syllables:
azuchi castle,
absolute angle

6 syllables:
gesamthochschule kassel

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