Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with riddle:

2 syllables:
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
with al,
is dull,
bid on,
bid up,
did an,
did as,
did on,
did up,
fid def,
his skull,
ibn al,
is null,
lid on,
mid on,
prince hal,
shear hulk,
sheer hulk,
did a,
et al,
et l',
et le,
it till,
being ill,
beth el,
comme le,
con el,
gwyn nell,
his cell,
his ill,
in hell,
is ill,
kal el,
para el,
this cell,
this hill,
this ill,
were ill,
with ill,
bit as,
bit on,
bit tongue,
break it up,
fit as,
fit on,
fit up,
hit on,
hit up,
it an,
it as,
it has,
it hung,
it on,
it up,
kit up,
lit hum,
lit up,
shit on,
sit as,
sit on,
sit up,
spit on,
spit up,
split on,
split tongue,
split up,
beer up,
being an,
being as,
being has,
being hung,
being on,
big as,
big ass,
big gun,
big on,
big up,
bill as,
bill has,
bill on,
bitch up,
break in on,
brick up,
bridge on,
brig. gen

3 syllables:
in a hole,
middle aisle,
middle oil,
richard l.,
commit an,
submit an,
adding an,
adding up,
appear as,
appear on,
asking us,
berlin on

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