Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with consensual:

3 syllables:
air shuttle,
press chapel,
air bubble,
bare knuckle,
cette double,
dressed couple,
fresh muscle,
press s.a.r.l.,
tech bubble,
where double,
engis skull,
french canal,
french couple,
bent double,
faire appel,
friend russell,
kent bugle,
kenya rural,
tense muscle,
trent canal,
quinn chapel,
chin muscle,
faisant appel,
gun muzzle,
in double,
in muscle,
in renal,
ken russell,
linda schele,
lynn canal,
printa ble,
spinae muscle,
strand double,
mention has,
schlemms canal,
tension on

4 syllables:
cadet chapel,
hotel shuttle,
access tunnel,
assess fetal,
assess muscle,
assess renal,
excess muscle,
possess double,
arena chapel,
attend chapel,
convent chapel,
agenda was,
alain boublil,
attend adult,
extended ml,
percent adult,
prevent adult,
prevent double,
prevent fetal,
prevent muscle,
prevent renal,
prevent trouble,
recent double,
recent trouble,
afghan rebel,
benign renal,
berlin tunnel,
defense civil,
percent ethyl,
resin canal,
urban bustle,
attention as,
attention has,
attention on,
battell chapel,
convention as,
convention has,
convention on,
perfect shuffle,
pretty chapel

5 syllables:
gabrielle chanel,
reverend russell,
loretto chapel,
romanesque chapel

6 syllables:
contarelli chapel

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