Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cringle:

2 syllables:
spring gulch,
his skull,
prince hal,
ibn al,
is dull,
is null,
imp gal,
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
bring rural,
chewing gum,
firing pulse,
spring gun,
with al,
think ill,
being full,
being well,
hair gel,
king will,
ring pull,
spring chill,
thing will,
wing shell,
being can,
being cut,
dim bulb,
drink as,
drink up,
fin whales,
him get,
his colleague,
in bulk,
in gas,
in rural,
in wales,
ink on,
king can,
kink up,
link up,
stink up,
thick skull,
thing can,
think an,
think as,
think on,
think up,
beer gut,
being but,
being chief,
being done,
being much,
being put,
being run,
being shut,
being some,
being such,
being then,
being thus,
being was,
being young,
bring some,
bring such,
bring young,
brings an,
brings on,
brings up,
brings us,
ching chung,
ching young,
cliff stoll,
did get,
frits staal,
hiring young,
his gun,
his pulse,
hsing chung,
it get,
king duck,
king nut,
king tut,
king was,
quick pulse,
ridge rural,
ring was,
rings on,
scouring rush,
singh was

3 syllables:
herring gull,
laughing gull,
single ale,
single whole,
isaac hull,
issyk kul,
adding some,
adoring young,
asking young,
endearing young,
richard l.

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