Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tinsel:

2 syllables:
prince hal,
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
his skull,
ibn al,
is dull,
is null,
in cell,
skin cell,
cliff stoll,
fin whales,
frits staal,
in bulk,
in rural,
in san,
in some,
in sub,
in such,
in sum,
in wales,
lin sen,
since an,
since as,
since has,
since on,
since some,
since such,
thick skull,
with al,
prince faisal,
since rural,
winged skull,
cette seule,
gin mill,
in full,
in well,
pen pal,
skin wool,
twin bill,
will sell,
with cell,
being some,
being such,
bring rural,
bring some,
bring such,
dim bulb,
dim sum,
firing pulse,
him some,
him such,
imp gal,
skins up,
spring gulch,
be in luck,
chin cup,
dear son,
did some,
did such,
fits up,
fix on,
fix up,
hear some,
hear such,
here some,
hinge on,
his colleague,
his pulse,
if some,
if such,
in. but,
in. then,
in. when,
in bud,
in but,
in chief,
in den,
in dutch,
in fun,
in gas,
in love,
in luck,
in man,
in mem,
in men,
in much,
in posse

3 syllables:
convince us,
in a hole,
berlin wool,
convex hull,
login shell,
virgin wool,
adding some,
allyn young,
berlin was,
commits an

4 syllables:
vitamin pill

Some other possibilities:

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