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

2 syllables:
was ushered,
young unwed,
dutch bulbs

3 syllables:
camel bird,
rebel and,
rebels had,
tribal and,
trouble and,
trouble loomed,
stubble beard,
tribal blood,
trouble brewed,
chapel and,
couple and,
couple lived,
couple owned,
couple showed,
nepal and,
basal third,
beautiful and,
beautiful old,
beautiful shade,
brazil and,
brazil showed,
brazil wood,
buddha lived,
bustle and,
canal and,
canal lined,
debit side,
fetal and,
glutton bird,
la-la land,
la la land,
muscle and,
muscle showed,
mutton bird,
primal horde,
remem bered,
renal and,
russell and,
russell lived,
russell showed,
russia learned,
russia lived,
struggle aimed,
struggle and,
tunnel and,
couple had,
tribal pride,
basal blood,
beautiful beads,
beautiful beard,
beautiful birds,
beautiful blood,
beautiful bride,
beautiful broad,
become dulled,
bubble bath,
bubble being,
bubble cloud,
bubble could,
bubble should,
bubble would,
bubbles and,
bugle beads,
canal board,
chuckle head,
cuban bread,
doubled and,
fetal blood,
get a load,
has a bird,
hubble found,
humble and,
knuckle head,
mabel could,
mabel would,
mumble mode,
muscle blood,
muscle bound,
nasal blood,
rebel armed,
rebel could,
rebel guard,
rebel hands,
rebel lords,
rebel named,
rebel should,
rebel would

4 syllables:
unstable and,
unstable blood,
butler bowed,
family boidae,
mackerel bird

5 syllables:
admirable and,
admirable guide,
agreeable and,
agreeable shade,
enjoyable and

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