Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aleph-null:

2 syllables:
green knoll,
chine colle,
street raleigh,
three rural,
brief pulse,
very dull,
by al,
by l.,
by le,
see l.,
si l',
si le,
beef man,
beech nut,
beef tongue,
beefed up,
beet pulp,
brief but,
cheap rural,
cream nut,
greek rural,
green gulch,
green shales,
grief was,
leaf bud,
leaf bug,
leave rural,
marine shales,
reach rural,
routine skull,
speed pulse,
steel pulse,
these non,
these rural,
three scales,
tree squirrel,
wheel nut,
been ill,
by full,
my full,
they fell,
they fill,
three full,
very full,
beef up,
been an,
been as,
been hung,
been on,
been up,
brief as,
by dna,
by non,
chi nan,
china as,
china on,
clean as,
clean up,
dry bulb,
dry bulk,
dry gulch,
green as,
green on,
keen on,
lean on,
lien on,
mean an,
mean as,
my colleague,
routine assay,
scene as,
scene has

3 syllables:
lévy bruhl,
complete moles,
mini ml,
areas rural,
belief was,
beliefs as,
chinese colleague,
chinese eunuch,
chinese rural,
chinese snuff,
complete skull,
extreme rural,
ideas culled,
relief flood,
relief was,
relief when,
tierra del,
belief as,
belief has,
degree pulse,
machine as,
machine has,
machine on,
media l.,
relief as,
relief on

4 syllables:
mujahedeen khalq

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