Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with disannul:

2 syllables:
is null

3 syllables:
his saddle,
this channel,
this panel,
big apple,
brick castle,
pitch apple,
smith apple,
the big apple,
his ankle,
is ample,
this angle,
this sample,
crisp apple,
diced apple,
his battle,
his castle,
his cattle,
shear panel,
stick handle,
string handle,
swiss cattle,
switch channels,
switch handle,
switch panel,
thick handle,
thick panel,
this battle,
this castle,
will handle,
is handled,
isaac hull,
this awful,
climb angle,
firing angle,
pierre rampal,
pitch angle,
shear angle,
sized apple,
slip angle,
steer angle,
still ample,
swing angle,
there ample,
with ample,
arriere vassal,
beer barrel,
bring cattle,
chris allen,
cousin harold,
cousin rachel,
did battle,
ditch battle,
fish tackle,
his habit,
in battle,
in cattle,
kris allen,
rear axle,
shish mahal,
singh atwal,
smith apples,
spring barrel,
spring shackle,
stiff battle,
thick capsule,
this habit,
this happen,
with cattle,
douglas channel,
his angels,
his ankles,
split sample,
thick sample,
twist angle,
be in the saddle,
being handled,
being saddled,
brick panels,
cousin daniel,
cousin hannah,
crisp apples

4 syllables:
felis manul,
career channel,
clear channel,
extra channel,
ovis ammon,
adding apples,
bitter apple,
ginger hackle,
until apples,
until rachel,
uphill battle,
access channel,
access panel,
submit sample,
virgin sample,
assis brasil,
clear channels

5 syllables:
beaumaris castle

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Book See disannul used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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