Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fragmental:

3 syllables:
that mental,
black metal,
takes mental,
and mental,
bath metal,
brass metal,
glass metal,
scrap metal,
that metal,
thrash metal,
black pencil,
jagged metal,
madge kendal,
all mental,
broad mental,
cause mental,
for mental,
or mental,
own mental,
strong mental,
wrong mental,
your mental,
black central,
class medal,
shall meddle,
and gentle,
at central,
brass kettle,
shall settle,
that central,
valle central,
again till,
from mental,
vague mental,
black kettle,
packed metal,
matched metal,
scrap metals,
back pedal,
house rental,
more gentle,
black devil,
black level,
blank denial,
jacques ellul,
stack level,
track level

4 syllables:
combat mental,
abstract mental,
exact mental,
enhance mental,
about mental,
among mental,
because mental,
perform mental,
restore mental,
rabbi mendel,
advance rental,
enhance central,
rather gentle,
bizarre mental,
enough mental,
contact metal,
advanced mental,
alloy metal,
although mental,
assam bengal,
attached metal,
battered metal,
enhanced mental,
fragile mental,
having mental,
latter metal,
passive mental,
rapid mental,
salud mental,
shallow metal,
suzanne wemple,
again little,
again settle,
again table,
carrie menkel

5 syllables:
chinagraph pencil,
abraham heschel

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