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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with original:

3 syllables:
bridge tunnel,
in nepal,
ear canal,
his uncle,
in renal,
little knoll,
lynn canal,
nigel kneale,
ring canal,
ship canal,
split renal,
this canal,
with renal,
with uncle,
brick chapel,
fish fuddle,
his humble,
mission as,
mission on,
parish chapel,
quick shuffle,
quinn chapel,
this chapel,
this humble,
twitch muscle,
vision as,
william hull,
william l.,
being double,
bill russell,
brick rubble,
chick muscle,
chin muscle,
crick double,
given an,
given as,
given on,
given up,
given us,
his adult,
his double,
in adult,
in double,
in muscle,
is double,
linda schele,
little gull,
michael hulse,
nissen hut,
paris adult,
printa ble,
prison on,
quick double,
sheer muscle,
singh duggal,
sized double,
smith russell


4 syllables:
lapin agile,
benign renal,
berlin tunnel,
origin as,
religion as,
religion has,
religion on,
resin canal,
schuylkill canal,
until renal,
until uncle,
appear humble,
commission as,
commission has,
commission on,
condition as,
condition has,
condition on,
decision as,
decision has,
decision on,
division as,
division has,
division on,
provision as,
provision has,
tradition as,
tradition has,
appear double,
career couple,
clear bubble,
clear double,
clear nasal,
coquilla nut,
rewritten as


5 syllables:
definition as,
definition has,
proposition as,
communis muscle,
femoris muscle,
frontalis muscle,
mentalis muscle,
nasalis muscle


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