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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with acrylonitrile:

2 syllables:
street raleigh,
three rural,
chine colle,
very dull,
beet pulp,
by truck,
cheap rural,
greek rural,
green knoll,
leave rural,
reach rural,
sweet rush,
these rural,
by al,
by l.,
by le,
see l.,
si l',
si le,
seed drill,
speed drill,
heat will,
speed pulse,
beats on,
beats up,
been run,
brief pulse,
dry brush,
eat some,
eats up,
feet was,
feet when,
fleet was,
green gulch,
green run,
green shales,
heat can,
heat gun,
heat was,
heats up,
marine shales,
meat was,
meet some,
meet such,
roughly twice,
routine skull,
seat was,
seats on,
sheep run,
sheet was,
sheets on,
sleep rem,
steel pulse,
street was,
streets as,
streets on,
sweet cup,
sweet gum,
sweet young,
three scales,
treat young,
treats as,
tree squirrel,
wheat was,
ski trail,
street grill,
sweet roll,
they tell,
beached whales,
beaked whales,
beat on,
beat up,
beauty struck


3 syllables:
lévy bruhl,
aleph null,
areas rural,
chinese rural,
complete moles,
complete skull,
concrete truck,
extreme rural,
ancient rural,
peter breughel,
peter burrell,
peter murrell,
pieter breughel,
complete shell,
concrete shell,
chinese colleague,
complete when,
defeat was,
ideas culled,
mini ml,
repeat twice,
retreat was,
tierra del,
tepee trail,
media l.


4 syllables:
mujahedeen khalq,
alida brill


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