Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quenelle:

5 letters:
et al,
et il,
et l',
et le

7 letters:
in hell,
beth el,
ma bell,
para el,
air air,
in cell,
in well,
any ill

8 letters:
air bell,
yet well,
but tell,
fell ill,
his cell,
la belle,
air head,
dead air,
egg head,
can help,
can sell,
can tell,
can well,
man fell,
men fell,
one hell,
any help,
any well

9 letters:
gwyn nell,
pell mell,
them well,
betz cell,
cell yell,
egg shell,
hair fell,
well well,
went well,
this cell,
chess set,
dead head,
fair hair,
fresh air,
meth head,
shell egg,
well head,
done well,
in health,
then fell,
then held,
then tell,
tun shell

10 letters:
death cell,
where else,
sell hedge,
tenor bell,
excess air,
benny hill

11 letters:
fresh shell,
cette belle,
delle belle,
shell shell,
wedge shell,
dense cells,
dense shell,
sense cells,
spent shell,
cette terre,
dread death,
spread head,
hotel belle,
agent tells,
login shell

12 letters:
fresh shells,
share health,
where health,
wreath shell,
spread death,
excess cells,
unmet health,
recent shell,
urban health

13 letters:
access health,
assess health,
defense cells,
extend health,
recent health

14 letters:
defense health,
prevent health

Some other possibilities:

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