Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with raphael:

2 syllables:
black isle,
laugh while,
batch file,
flat file,
graph files,
graph while,
plan file,
scratch file,
shall file,
staff files,
staff while,
that file,
saw file,
back while,
black bile,
black while,
catch while,
class ideal,
class style,
class while,
crack while,
crash while,
flap tile,
flash while,
glass while,
grass while,
hatch while,
mass. while,
match while,
patch while,
shall while,
snack while,
stack while,
that ideal,
that while,
track while,
trash pile,
and file,
batch files,
cache files,
class files,
craft while,
draft while,
flash files,
had filed,
laughed while,
laughs while,
match files,
patch files,
scratch files,
shaft while,
cat tail,
cough while,
rat tail,
straw while,
though while,
trough while,
at time,
black eyes,
black kite,
class size,
fat tide,
flat tyre,
glass eyes,
graham might,
grass height,
had died,
had eyes,
laugh line,
laugh right,
sat tight,
shall light,
shall live,
stack height,
than nine,
that height,
that time,
that type,
track height,
what time,
what type,
cross file,
dot file,
gaff sail,
half mile,
key file,
knife file,
log file,
may file

3 syllables:
behalf while,
attack while,
combat while,
compass while,
japan while,
attach files,
enough while,
withdraw while,
asaph hall

4 syllables:
embassy while,
abraham might

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