Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cresol:

2 syllables:
mess hall,
bear all,
check all,
met all,
sell all,
set all,
spread all,
tell all,
them all,
well all,
where all,
yet all,
ex all,
hence all,
mess call,
mess halls,
his all,
is all,
this all,
this hall,
thus all,
bares all,
air ball,
cell wall,
dead ball,
dead fall,
dead wall,
dredge hauls,
end all,
etc. all,
fair ball,
felt all,
hair ball,
head wall,
held all,
help all,
kept all,
left all,
mess of,
net ball,
netts off,
press of,
press or,
press sought,
send all,
spend all,
spent all,
stair halls,
them fall,
went all,
best ball,
breast wall,
chest wall,
fresh small,
hair salt,
head stall,
hence small,
lets fall,
press called,
press calls,
sense small,
share small,
shell small,
west wall,
where small

3 syllables:
possess all,
address all,
possess small,
possessed all,
unless all,
accept all,
access of,
access or,
affect all,
carry all,
collect all,
empress of,
excess of,
excess or,
express or,
prevent all,
progress of,
progress or,
recess of,
reject all,
roulette ball,
select all,
success of,
success or,
tea ball,
their all,
whether all,
access calls,
address small,
affects all,
bellow saul,
complex salt,
excess salts,
repair small

4 syllables:
together all

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