Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with claimable:

3 syllables:
played double,
surae muscle,
david l.,
straight tunnel,
plain double,
eight double,
nei monggol,
phase double,
plain muscle,
played doubles,
space bubble,
straight double,
straight muscle,
surae muscles,
tape muzzle,
trade doubled,
named mabel,
eye muscle,
gave a bell,
thigh muscle,
grace chapel,
place chapel,
slave couple,
straight couple,
train tunnel,
craig russell,
david hulme,
eight adult,
grace bedell,
grade basal,
gray mullet,
may result,
maybe uncle,
rail tunnel,
said uncle,
same office,
scale canal,
shaped tunnel,
stage renal,
stayed huddled,
straight canal,
cried mabel,
brain trouble,
grain stubble,
james capel,
strange double,
strange jumble

4 syllables:
contain double,
contained double,
obtain double,
remain humble,
always double,
became adult,
contain muscle,
create double,
create trouble,
delayed muscle,
estate bubble,
female double,
layered double,
peronei muscles,
striate muscle,
exclaimed mabel,
became middle,
malay middle,
provide double,
attain adult,
female couple,
obtain fetal,
prayer chapel,
cascade tunnel,
eustace budgell,
female adult,
female camel,
survey result,
today result,
became mobile,
contain subtle,
contains double,
paying double,
playing double,
remained humble,
always trouble,
became adults,
became beautiful,
became consul,
became puzzled,
caleb hazel,
chaman nahal,
contains muscle,
create bubbles,
create subtle

5 syllables:
faraday michael,
jamaica apple,
japanese couple,
acacia seyal,
available whole

6 syllables:
buccinator muscle,
complicated double

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