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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with peddle:

2 syllables:
c'est le,
cette seule,
est le,
hair gel,
pressure hull,
shelf ful,
where rural,
et al,
et l',
et le,
beth el,
para el,
dead pull,
dead wool,
head will,
is dull,
tread mill,
brent knoll,
wet bulb,
yet done,
air dam,
bell morel,
bread nut,
bread was,
check dam,
check pulse,
dead but,
dead leg,
dead man,
dead men,
dead run,
dead was,
dead when,
denned as,
dwelled on,
end as,
end has,
end on,
end up,
ex rel,
flared up,
friend as,
friend has,
friend on,
genned up,
hair bulb,
head but,
head butt,
head can,
head man,
head rush,
head was,
head when,
heads as,
heads on,
heads up,
heads up/,
held an,
held as,
held on,
held up,
lead was,
leads on,
leads up,
leads us,
legged on,
paired up,
penned up,
pressure hulls,
revved up,
send an,
send on,
send up,
send us,
shared an,
spend an,
spend as,
spend on,
stared up,
treads on,
trend has,
well done,
welled up


3 syllables:
convex hull,
edward l.,
reset pulse,
assess pulse,
attend an,
attend on,
convex hulls,
demi sel,
depend on,
descend on,
excess rural,
henry l.,
prepared an,
prepared as,
prepared on,
their rural


4 syllables:
professor raleigh


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