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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rumple:

2 syllables:
pen pal,
gal pal,
comme le,
dev null,
rev. rul,
skel ml,
xml ql,
con el,
blood pulse,
bump up,
cup morel,
dump on,
flood pulse,
jump on,
jump up,
kal el,
plump up,
pump up,
stress pulse,
stump up,
trump up,
u l,
can pull,
dumb bell,
come full,
comme celle,
comme telle,
drum fill,
leg pull,
some well,
some will,
stem cell,
can put,
flung rural,
hum bug,
man put,
non vult,
rum bud,
some but,
then put,
when put,
young colleague,
young rural,
bum rush,
but put,
come come,
come when,
comes as,
comes on,
comes up,
crush pen,
dam was,
deus vult,
douglas squirrel,
drummed up,
drums up,
dum dum,
dumb dumb,
dutch colleague,
dutch rural,
gel pen,
gummed up,
gums up,
has put,
jam nut,
nem. con,
nem con,
pl sql,
plum duff,
puff puff,
put put,
putt putt,
rural rural,
rural wales,
sam was,
some can,
some fun,
some non,
some such,
some ten,
some young,
stress scales,
struc tural,
sum was,
summed up,
sums up,
tam tam


3 syllables:
extra mural,
become dulled,
become well,
allan dulles,
qu'une seule,
urban rural,
become chief,
become such,
become young,
becomes an,
becomes as,
office colleague,
pewit gull


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