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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with octuple:

3 syllables:
proc. suppl,
shock tunnel,
stock bubble,
choir chapel,
rock gunnel,
sharp apl,
square chapel,
placa reial,
saimaa canal,
cause double,
not trouble,
prof. zabol,
cause fetal,
cause muscle,
cause nasal,
cause renal,
john russell,
martha kneale,
pascal l,
prof. russell,
scott russell,
swan mussel,
black tunnel,
track tunnel,
cause trouble,
giant bubble,
giant double,
heart trouble,
most humble,
start trouble,
arched tunnel,
barge couple,
box muzzle,
clark russell,
giant puzzle,
heart muscle,
large chapel,
larvae tunnel,
locked office,
marsh chapel,
not beautiful,
sharp tussle,
sock puppet,
thomas l.,
watched uncle,
black couple,
rock temple,
black double,
marked muscle,
marked renal,
at chapel,
black muzzle,
block level,
block viral,
bronze double,
brown chapel,
carved double,
charge double,
charged double,
class couple,
clock vigil,
giant tidal,
house chapel,
jack russell,
large double,
month double,
shaft tunnel,
sharp double,
shock level,
short tunnel,
small chapel,
south chapel,
stock level,
though beautiful,
throughout nepal


4 syllables:
bourgeois couple,
subodh gopal,
duang kamol,
pasar modal,
yasar kemal,
bihar tribal,
cerasi chapel,
copper couple,
karel appel,
modern nepal,
moffat tunnel,
notre peuple,
sobre papel,
tarawa atoll,
gothic chapel,
remarked uncle,
bedrock level,
o'clock whistle,
solid double


5 syllables:
another couple,
another tunnel,
brancacci chapel,
alar canal,
horizontal pulse,
another double



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