Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with primula:

3 syllables:
double u,
stumble on,
tra la la,
phnom kulen,
young rajah,
young russia,
muztagh ata,
rural russia,
skulle kunna,
bundle up,
con una,
jungle hen,
bla bla bla,
capet hugh,
cha cha cha,
gnetum gnemon,
j. am. med. assoc,
j am med assoc,
loved helen,
numdah rug,
terra rossa,
beautiful as,
bubble up,
buckle up,
but alas,
chapel a.m.e.,
chapel on,
chuck a luck,
chug a lug,
comet assay,
comma added,
couple on,
couple up,
cuddle up,
double as,
double hung,
double up,
famous as,
frazil ice,
humble young,
hustle up,
muddle up,
mumble peg,
ruffle up,
rustle up,
struggle as,
struggle on,
stumbled on,
summon up,
trouble as,
trouble on,
ben bella,
insha allah,
young fella,
william a.,
can retain,
chemung canal,
faisant appel,
front office,
gun muzzle,
hunted up,
ken russell,
parent office,
ramon llull,
runge kutta,
saigon puppet,
san ramon,
son jesus,
sponge genus,
strand double,
stun baton,
tongue muscle,
trunk canal

4 syllables:
become buddha,
allah ta'ala,
urban russia,
unless russia,
genus scilla,
abdul jalil,
become buddhas,
become double,
become famous,
become judges,
nulla nulla,
acqua felice,
alice alice,
extra muscle,
optom assoc,
verily allah,
abzug bella,
except allah,
afghan rebel,
alan paton,
brian duppa,
family as,
family has,
family on,
ireland office,
segunda guerra

5 syllables:
aditya birla

Some other possibilities:

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