Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with double bed:

9 letters:
rebel and,
nepal and,
canal and,
fetal and,
renal and

10 letters:
camel bird,
rebels had,
tribal and,
chapel and,
couple and,
brazil and,
bustle and,
debit side,
la-la land,
la la land,
muscle and,
tunnel and,
couple had,
get a load,
has a bird,
humble and

11 letters:
was ushered,
young unwed,
dutch bulbs,
trouble and,
basal third,
brazil wood,
canal lined,
mutton bird,
remem bered,
russell and,
basal blood,
bubble bath,
bubbles and,
bugle beads,
canal board,
cuban bread,
doubled and,
fetal blood,
mabel could,
mabel would,
mumble mode,
nasal blood,
rebel armed,
rebel could,
rebel guard,
rebel hands,
rebel lords,
rebel named,
rebel would

12 letters:
tribal blood,
couple lived,
couple owned,
buddha lived,
glutton bird,
primal horde,
russia lived,
struggle and,
tribal pride,
bubble being,
bubble cloud,
bubble could,
bubble would,
chuckle head,
hubble found,
knuckle head,
muscle blood,
muscle bound,
rebel should,
unstable and,
butler bowed

13 letters:
stubble beard,
couple showed,
beautiful and,
beautiful old,
brazil showed,
muscle showed,
russell lived,
become dulled,
bubble should,
family boidae,
mackerel bird,
admirable and,
agreeable and,
enjoyable and

14 letters:
trouble loomed,
trouble brewed,
russell showed,
russia learned,
struggle aimed,
unstable blood

15 letters:
beautiful shade,
beautiful beads,
beautiful beard,
beautiful birds,
beautiful blood,
beautiful bride,
beautiful broad,
admirable guide,
agreeable shade

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