Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with multiple:

3 syllables:
faisant appel,
rural nepal,
youthful couple,
dutch couple,
judge tuttle,
young couple,
rural tribal,
rural couples,
strand double,
chalk rubble,
chief rebel,
young rebel,
chemung canal,
dutch canal,
gun muzzle,
judge russell,
ken russell,
leg muscle,
love muscle,
mud puddle,
profes sional,
tongue muscle,
trunk canal,
young camel,
chief trouble,
domed chapel,
front double,
has trouble,
much trouble,
some trouble,
stunt double,
youthful rebels,
blunt muzzle,
blunt renal,
dust ruffle,
peroneal muscle,
pulp canal,
rural brazil,
sergeant russell,
some beautiful,
was beautiful,
when coupled,
young beautiful,
young couples,
youngest uncle,
built chapel

4 syllables:
adult couple,
uncle dan'l,
abdul jalil,
uncle russell,
adult adult,
adult muscle,
adult renal,
extra couple,
royal chapel,
royal couple,
royal nepal,
scleral tunnel,
become double,
added pub.l.,
adult couples,
afghan rebel,
asset bubble,
extra trouble,
added muscle,
unless renal,
urban bustle,
extra double,
fully double,
added trouble,
afghan tribal,
osage tribal,
urban tribal,
become beautiful,
below basal,
below canal,
consulted on,
crural canal,
entrance tunnel,
extra muscle,
justice sewall,
lucky couple,
mature couple,
neural canal,
quiet couple,
result added,
royal canal,
scleral buckle,
scleral canal,
summit tunnel,
unless coupled,
upper chapel,
upper sepal,
upper tunnel,
urban couples,
bowel trouble,
adult muscles

5 syllables:
admiral russel,
admiral russell,
ocular muscle

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