Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with air bubble:

3 syllables:
where double,
bare knuckle,
cette double,
faire appel,
charred rubble,
where beautiful,
where tribal,
where trouble,
dressed couple,
press chapel,
fresh muscle,
press s.a.r.l.,
haired couple,
where couples,
bare knuckled,
belt buckle,
bent double,
chest trouble,
fresh trouble,
kent bugle,
paired muscle,
paired nasal,
pressure tunnel,
share button,
smell trouble,
spell trouble,
twelve double,
where adult,
where buddha,
where uncle,
bare metal,
being double,
brick rubble,
chalk rubble,
chief rebel,
clair mitchell

4 syllables:
possess double,
alain boublil,
carry double,
narrow basal,
narrow double,
cadet chapel,
access tunnel,
assess fetal,
assess muscle,
assess renal,
excess muscle,
hotel shuttle,
appear double,
barry supple,
della pubbl,
affect basal,
complex double,
erect bugle,
expect trouble,
heavy double,
marie canal,
narrow canal,
narrow funnel,
narrow muscle,
narrow nasal,
narrow tunnel,
perfect basal,
perfect double,
prepared canal,
prevent double,
prevent trouble,
protect tribal,
recent double,
recent trouble,
serum muscle,
terry lovell,
whether double,
yellow bugle,
yellow double,
express subtle,
fairly humble,
henry buckle,
maria del,
maria schell,
married mabel,
merely double,
narrow bundle,
narrow tribal,
sterile double,
their beautiful,
their tribal,
unfair result,
added pub.l.,
career couple,
afghan rebel,
become double

5 syllables:
gabrielle chanel,
primary muscle,
primary renal,
accessory basal,
janeiro brazil

6 syllables:
necessary muscle,
salivary canal,
necessary trouble

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