Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with condyle:

2 syllables:
dont le,
john l.,
not null,
and l.,
p and l,
s and l,
dont les,
from al,
from el,
from l.,
from le,
sont les,
conde duque,
dar al,
huon gulf,
lop l,
par l',
par le,
pond hen,
monde rural,
ponce de león,
dont il,
abd al,
dans l',
dans le,
john bell,
john bull,
john mill,
from rural,
hos stpl,
want an,
want us,
b-b shot pulse,
b b shot pulse,
card on,
caused an,
caused us,
charles l.,
clock pulse,
dolled up,
donne comme,
flock duck,
france as,
france has,
france on,
guard on,
hard as,
hard ass,
hard on,
hard up,
hot bulb,
job done,
jogged on,
john van,
john was,
lard ass,
month as,
month on,
not done,
once an,
once as,
once on,
once such,
rock dove,
sharp pulse,
shock pulse,
square pulse,
stock dove,
togged up,
grand mal,
pan dulce,
giant mural,
giant pulse,
giant whales,
blond young,
blonde young,
bond was,
bonds as

3 syllables:
respond as,
donald l.,
robert l.,
thomas l.,
father schall,
placa reial,
poly ml,
radon gas,
regard as,
response as,
response has,
response on,
robber gull,
rocky knoll,
chana dal,
respond well,
contre les,
madame de staël,
wanted all,
beyond an,
bobby hull

4 syllables:
giovanni delle

Some other possibilities:

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