Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pupil:

2 syllables:
cmu cl,
mew gull,
ou le,
blue pill,
you pull,
blue pus,
blue whales,
brew pub,
coop up,
gnu fdl,
group as,
group has,
group on,
scoop up,
screw peg,
soup up,
swoop up,
you put,
group a,
new ulm,
ou les,
tooth pulp,
blue bell,
blue bull,
due bill,
new bill,
true bill,
boot hill,
dew cell,
few well,
few will,
knew full,
knew well,
moot hill,
mute hill,
screw shell,
too full,
too well,
too will,
view will,
you fill,
you kill,
you sell,
you tell,
you till,
you well,
you will,
blue buck,
few but,
knew but,
new but,
true bug,
true but,
tube has,
view but,
you but,
blue duck,
blue gum,
blue leg,
boot up,
booze up,
brewed up,
chewed up,
choose an,
choose as,
choose up,
clued up,
clues as,
cool as,
crew chief,
crew cut,
crew was,
du sud,
few can,
few men,
few such,
few young,
flue gas,
food as,
food has,
food on,
fruit on,
fuel up,
glue gun,
goof up,
hu nan,
jew was,
jews as,
knew some,
knew then,
knew was,
knew when

3 syllables:
roosa oil,
tuna oil,
blew a hole,
a true bill,
abuse as,
as soon as,
assume an

4 syllables:
absolute as

Some other possibilities:

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See pupil used in context: 12 rhymes, 11 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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