Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with notional:

3 syllables:
showed double,
to double,
two double,
coal shovel,
motion as,
motion on,
road tunnel,
stone canal,
stone tunnel,
whole canal,
whose uncle,
wrote uncle,
broken hill,
fo shizzle,
spoken ill,
beau brummel,
stone chapel,
those humble,
whole chapel,
whose humble,
broken on,
broken up,
close adult,
close couple,
close double,
closed double,
cola nut,
could double,
float double,
gross fetal,
gross muscle,
how beautiful,
known adult,
known double,
kola nut,
no result,
no trouble,
open an,
open as,
open ice,
open on,
open up,
psoas muscle,
should double,
shows double,
so beautiful,
so subtle,
soap bubble,
social as,
spoken as,
spoken on,
spoken up,
stone rubble,
throat trouble,
to open up,
to result,
to run on,
to run up,
to shut up,
to trouble,
two beautiful,
whole adult,
whole muscle,
whole rebel,
whose double,
woken up,
would double,
wrote russell,
motion will,
broken skull,
cloth bundle,
coast canal

4 syllables:
rideau canal,
unknown nodal,
embryo spinal,
lower tunnel,
open newel,
promote renal,
ocean eagle,
adobe chapel,
approach adult,
lower chapel,
above basal,
above double,
lower basal,
lower nasal,
promote adult,
promote muscle,
remote tribal,
unknown adult,
promotion health,
coco chanel,
below canal,
broken needle,
coconut oil

5 syllables:
aloha channel,
arizona canal,
arizona journal

6 syllables:
alveolar canal

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