Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dentil:

2 syllables:
them till,
press still,
clent hills,
et il,
fence still,
hence still,
sense still,
thence still,
them will,
air will,
belle fille,
care will,
cette fille,
cette ville,
chess skill,
death will,
edge mill,
head will,
hedge bill,
keffe kil,
step will,
tread mill,
where will,
yet will,
end mill,
end will,
friend will,
them still,
bent ear,
bent his,
bent in,
bread still,
breath still,
cent in,
cent is,
ceste ville,
chair still,
death still,
deaths still,
debts still,
dent in,
dress still,
fell ill,
flesh still,
head tilt,
lent him,
lent his,
ment in,
rent in,
rent is,
rest will,
sent here,
sent him,
sent his,
sent in,
sent it,
share still,
shell still,
smell still,
spell still,
spent his,
spent in,
spent it,
spread still,
steps still,
sweat still,
swept hills

3 syllables:
access still,
possess still,
progress still,
success still,
agent will,
defense still,
hotel bill,
possess skill,
progress will,
success will,
address still,
agent in,
agent is,
ahead still,
any bill,
assets still,
complex still,
content in,
content is,
convent in,
effect will,
hotel still,
object will,
percent in,
percent is,
prevent him,
prevent his,
prevent it,
project will,
regret still,
resent it,
subject will

4 syllables:
cigarette still

Some other possibilities:

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