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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with principals:

3 syllables:
spinae muscles,
spring bubbles,
chewing muscles,
thing puzzles,
his knuckles,
his muscles,
stiff muscles,
thick muscles,
twitch muscles,
winged aphids,
prince appears,
in brussels,
income as,
income has,
its uses,
linux comes,
printed as,
since adult,
skinned knuckles,
green sepals,
mixed couples,
quinn chapel,
since judges,
gilded domes,
it retains,
still retains,
which retains,
young couples,
dressed couples,
linda tells,
linden hills,
pricks up ears


4 syllables:
principal whose,
principle as,
principle has,
principle whose,
career couples,
resin canals,
inner tepals,
aching muscles,
disciple whose,
principal aides,
principal boys,
principal cause,
principal heads,
principal heirs,
principal knows,
principal lines,
principal phase,
principle cause,
principle leads,
principle leaves,
principle shows,
principle these,
principle those,
principle was,
principles as,
principles whose,
until bubbles,
urban couples,
assist couples,
inner muscles,
jewish couples,
opinion as,
opinion has,
reprinted as,
resin acids,
principal house,
principal is,
principle is,
cinema halls,
principal in,
principal light,
principal of,
principal one,
principal or,
principle at,
principle in,
principle it,
principle of,
principle on,
principle or,
principle ought,
within couples,
afghan rebels,
blowing bubbles,
endorphin levels,
fleeing rebels,
ghrelin levels,
login sessions,
playing doubles


5 syllables:
principal layers,
femoris muscles,
frontalis muscles,
ononis repens,
convinces others,
encourage couples,
nondistressed couples


6 syllables:
subscapularis muscles,
endothelin levels


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