Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with parietal:

8 letters:
any evil,
demi sel,
henry l.,
mary was

9 letters:
fairy cup,
fenci ble,
fensi ble,
festi val,
jerry can,
marie was,
merry men,
series as,
maria del

10 letters:
fairy bell,
married an,
married on,
carry some,
cherry rum,
their evil,
every evil,
semi vowel

11 letters:
carry equal,
carry pulse,
share equal,
share legal,
where equal,
where legal,
berry ville,
bread eaten,
carry young,
flesh eaten,
fresh legal,
gerry schum,
heavy mulch,
larry young,
marry young,
merry young,
peggy eaton,
petty morel,
terry towel,
binary cell,
lesser evil,
library was,
penny royal

12 letters:
spread eagle,
steppe eagle,
hairy tongue,
fresh needle,
flare region,
heavy tongue,
pretty equal,
pretty rural,
binary pulse,
cherry apple,
maria schell,
marie ursule,
carry little,
cherry table,
dairy cattle,
hairy little,
merry little,
terry towels,
weary little,
primary cell,
prehensi ble,
pretty awful,
repair regen,
binary metal,
binary octal,
binary table

13 letters:
press seattle,
henry raleigh,
scarab beetle,
thread needle,
fleshy tongue,
kenny burrell,
marie neurath,
primary pulse,
fairey battle,
express legal,
possess equal,
possess legal,
library royal,
library table,
library total,
primary metal,
primary table,
primary total,
necessary but

14 letters:
prairie cattle,
necessary evil,
primary neural,
primary battle,
necessary when

15 letters:
necessary evils,
commentaries on,
necessary table,
necessary total

16 letters:
cigarette beetle,
possessory title

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