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

9 letters:
maria del

10 letters:
kent bugle,
bare metal

11 letters:
faire appel,
belt buckle,
bent double,
where adult,
where uncle,
chief rebel,
della pubbl,
erect bugle,
marie canal

12 letters:
where double,
bare knuckle,
cette double,
where tribal,
press chapel,
fresh muscle,
paired nasal,
share button,
where buddha,
being double,
brick rubble,
chalk rubble,
carry double,
narrow basal,
cadet chapel,
assess fetal,
assess renal,
barry supple,
affect basal,
heavy double,
narrow canal,
narrow nasal,
serum muscle,
terry lovell,
yellow bugle,
henry buckle,
maria schell,
their tribal,
added pub.l.,
afghan rebel

13 letters:
where trouble,
haired couple,
where couples,
bare knuckled,
chest trouble,
fresh trouble,
paired muscle,
smell trouble,
spell trouble,
twelve double,
alain boublil,
narrow double,
access tunnel,
assess muscle,
excess muscle,
hotel shuttle,
appear double,
narrow funnel,
narrow muscle,
narrow tunnel,
perfect basal,
recent double,
yellow double,
fairly humble,
married mabel,
merely double,
narrow bundle,
narrow tribal,
unfair result,
career couple,
become double,
primary renal

14 letters:
charred rubble,
dressed couple,
press s.a.r.l.,
clair mitchell,
possess double,
complex double,
expect trouble,
perfect double,
prepared canal,
prevent double,
protect tribal,
recent trouble,
whether double,
express subtle,
sterile double,
primary muscle,
janeiro brazil,
salivary canal

15 letters:
where beautiful,
pressure tunnel,
prevent trouble,
their beautiful,
accessory basal

16 letters:
gabrielle chanel,
necessary muscle

17 letters:
necessary trouble

Some other possibilities:

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