Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with resolvable:

3 syllables:
cause double,
not trouble,
prof. zabol,
stock bubble,
carved double,
choir chapel,
proc. suppl,
sharp apl,
square chapel,
cause fetal,
cause muscle,
cause nasal,
cause renal,
john russell,
martha kneale,
pascal l,
prof. russell,
rock gunnel,
scott russell,
shock tunnel,
swan mussel,
called double,
shall double,
small bubble,
small double,
bronze double,
cause bubbles,
cause subtle,
cause trouble,
charge double,
charged double,
giant bubble,
giant double,
heart trouble,
large bubble,
large double,
larvae tunnel,
martha brill,
month double,
most humble,
not troubled,
placa reial,
saimaa canal,
sharp double,
start trouble,
thomas l.,
solve verbal,
charles sabel,
solve puzzles,
small chapel,
and double,
black double,
block viral,
bomb vessel,
brass double,
brought trouble,
clock vigil,
cowl muscle,
for double,
gauge double,
glass bubble,
glass double,
grand double,
gras double,
john keble,
or double,
scotch pebble,
shall befal,
small canal,
small funnel,
small muscle,
square vessel,
strong double,
than double,
that trouble,
thought bubble

4 syllables:
solid double,
subodh gopal,
duang kamol,
pasar modal,
yasar kemal,
bourgeois couple,
bihar tribal,
colli muscle,
hollow muscle,
swollen nasal,
tarawa atoll,
vapor bubble,
bowel trouble,
hollow rumble,
model double,
unsolved puzzle,
about double,
around double,
because double,
enough trouble,
luang pibul,
vapour bubble

5 syllables:
another double,
another couple

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