Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with magical:

3 syllables:
avec l',
avec le,
class civil,
avec les,
black michael,
magic up,
shall excel,
shall michael,
that michael,
though michael,
catch little,
class single,
flat chisel,
laughing gull,
at little,
at middle,
avec un,
avec une,
black civil,
black little,
black middle,
black vinyl,
cap pistol,
class middle,
class missile,
class symbol,
graham little,
had little,
laugh rippled,
passe simple,
squat little,
that civil,
that little,
that middle,
traffic on,
what little,
and michael,
capt. michael,
franz michael,
grabbed michael,
magic comes,
massive skull,
range missile,
shall expel,
thank michael,
catching hell,
a2 level,
black couple,
black kettle,
brown nipple,
chana dal,
from middle,
know little,
lacis cell,
saw little,
show little,
small little,
though civil,
though little,
cash in on,
cashing up,
catching on,
catching up,
flash image,
latching on

4 syllables:
magic appeal,
magic apple,
magic castle,
magic jewel,
madame michel,
attach little,
advance civil,
assam civil,
attack missile,
myriad little,
rabbi hillel,
sally engle,
ceramic mural,
contact michael,
fragile little,
rabbi michael,
raney nickel,
bizarre little,
bourgeois civil,
bourgeois middle,
enough little,
enough middle,
recall little,
aging couple,
magic angle,
magic barrel,
magic circle,
magic girdle,
magic pebble,
magic table,
magic until

5 syllables:
abraham whipple,
charismatic appeal,
diplomatic colleagues,
abraham heschel

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See magical used in context: 65 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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