Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with apteral:

3 syllables:
mansur al,
black turtle,
chapter as,
chapter has,
chapter on,
after an,
after as,
after us,
back circle,
black circle,
capture assay,
cash journal,
class journal,
dance circle,
factor as,
factor assay,
factor has,
factor on,
glass journal,
graham burchell,
master as,
master has,
palm kernel,
staff journal,
chapter will,
anger arousal,
batter up,
catch turtles,
chapter can,
chapter ten,
chapter was,
chapters on,
class circle,
dashed circle,
faster pulse,
glass circle,
latter arise,
latter as,
latter has,
latter on,
laughter as,
master pulse,
matter arise,
matter as,
matter has,
matter on,
matter up,
plant journal,
plant thermal,
sampe journal,
shaft journal,
that arise,
cause neural,
mouse neural

4 syllables:
hereafter arise,
hereafter as,
japan journal,
abstract journal,
abstract verbal,
after oral,
chapter ahead,
compass circle,
contact circle,
contact thermal,
exact circle,
exact journal,
exact verbal,
happy circle,
tappi journal,
along neural,
chapter level,
chapter table,
chapter title,
chapter until,
snapping turtle

5 syllables:
zodiac circle,
attractor neural,
adapter cable,
adapter local,
adaptive neural

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