Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with phenomenal:

3 syllables:
saimaa canal,
thomas l.,
common gull,
placa reial,
cause muscle,
cause renal,
common as,
common on,
from adult,
martha kneale,
rock gunnel,
shock tunnel,
swan mussel,
common morel,
swamp canal,
from middle,
or renal,
cause nasal,
donald l.,
john russell,
cause double,
cause fetal,
choir chapel,
chosen as,
chosen on,
drama was,
from office,
gotten up,
mama san,
mama was,
not trouble,
often an,
often as,
often has,
often on,
pascal l,
proc. suppl,
prof. russell,
prof. zabol,
rotten ice,
scott russell,
sharp apl,
square chapel,
stock bubble,
vomit up,
common eel,
common health,
common shell,
common whole,
drama until,
from mental,
arched tunnel,
barge canal,
box muzzle,
cause muscles,
cause spinal,
common but,
common judge,
common man,
common men,
common run,
common rush,
common tongue,
commons on,
cotton on,
cotton up

4 syllables:
bourgeois couple,
tarawa atoll,
pasar modal,
common appeal,
common nettle,
bourgeois middle,
duang kamol,
enough muscle,
madame michel,
yasar kemal,
bizarre result,
madame husson,
sawarra nut,
subodh gopal,
bizarre mental,
donor renal,
gonna handle,
krama inggil,
namik kemal,
colli muscle,
coma vigil,
data channel

5 syllables:
alar canal,
bahama channel,
miami canal,
alabama until,
nepomuk hummel,
allama iqbal,
another canal,
another tunnel,
another uncle,
canada journal

6 syllables:
alabama journal,
alabama mobile

Some other possibilities:

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