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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with erasable:

3 syllables:
brass double,
glass bubble,
glass double,
gras double,
black couple,
chana dal,
class couple,
and double,
black double,
brass buckle,
class adult,
glass funnel,
grand double,
had doubled,
laugh bubbled,
shall double,
shall humble,
than double,
that trouble,
black stubble,
glass bubbles,
takes double,
broad double,
class civil,
though double,
at chapel,
black couples,
black adult,
black muzzle,
black tunnel,
castle on,
class office,
classes as,
classes on,
glass office,
glasses on,
graham russell,
jack russell,
latae muscle,
passes as,
passes on,
passes up,
shaft tunnel,
shall befal,
strap muscle,
that adult,
that uncle,
track tunnel,
class symbol,
though subtle,
class couples,
last couple,
scand suppl,
trans double,
at the double,
barrel bulk,
brass buckles,
brass knuckles,
class adults,
class struggle,
glass funnels,
grass jungle,
grass rustled,
had trouble,
laugh rumbled,
mass. u.s.a.,
shall trouble,
than doubled,
a2 level,
avec l',
avec le,
black kettle,
catches hell

4 syllables:
chenab canal,
crozat canal,
abstract double,
allow double,
apache tribal,
attract trouble,
bassee canal,
bracket table,
carried double,
classic double,
enhance muscle,
enhance renal,
exact double,
jacob henle,
rather humble,
relax muscle,
sarah battle,
sarah noble,
tacit. annal,
tacit appeal,
value double,
bourgeois couple

5 syllables:
almanach royal,
susannah heschel,
really double,
uncanny double,
abraham heschel

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