Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with basal:

2 syllables:
comme le,
con el,
kal el,
u l,
dev null,
gal pal,
pen pal,
plus an,
plus some,
rev. rul,
skel ml,
stress as,
stress has,
stress on,
thus an,
thus as,
thus has,
thus on,
thus some,
truss up,
twice as,
twice on,
xml ql,
deus vult,
douglas squirrel,
gta sa,
pl sql,
stress pulse,
stress scales,
was ill,
beth el,
but ill,
but tell,
comme il,
dung hill,
et al,
et l',
et le,
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
la belle,
la ville,
ma bell,
para el,
pep pill,
sam hill,
with al,
gas as,
gas has,
gas up,
has an,
has as,
has on,
has up,
theses on,
touches on,
u.s. as,
u.s. has,
was an,
was as,
was hung,
was on,
was up,
ban on,
be a man

3 syllables:
advice as,
advice on,
arise as,
arise on,
extra mural,
office as,
office has,
office on,
sea gull,
unless an,
unless some,
unless such,
office colleague,
qu'une seule,
become ill,
uses an,
uses as,
uses up,
a leg up,
abut on,
acid as,
acid has,
acid on,
added an,
added as,
added on,
added up,
as much as,
become an,
become as,
become much,
begun as,
begun on

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