Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with savable:

3 syllables:
placa reial,
saimaa canal,
thomas l.,
cause double,
not trouble,
prof. zabol,
stock bubble,
carved double,
broad double,
clara belle,
though double,
choir chapel,
proc. suppl,
sharp apl,
square chapel,
cause fetal,
cause muscle,
cause nasal,
cause renal,
common gull,
data bus,
data but,
donald l.,
from adult,
java man,
john russell,
martha kneale,
novel as,
novel has,
pascal l,
prof. russell,
rock gunnel,
scott russell,
shock tunnel,
swan mussel,
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,
sharp double,
start trouble,
black couple,
chana dal,
data will,
from middle,
hot as hell,
maara shell,
or renal,
prof. haeckel,
though russell

4 syllables:
bourgeois couple,
tarawa atoll,
novel label,
subodh gopal,
bizarre result,
duang kamol,
fajada butte,
pasar modal,
yasar kemal,
bharata battle,
bihar tribal,
data table,
khwaja abdul,
novel legal,
novel little,
often able,
scala mobile,
solid double,
vapor bubble,
bizarre little,
bourgeois civil,
bourgeois middle,
enough muscle,
fianna fáil,
madame michel,
naval battle,
naval battles

5 syllables:
alar canal,
allama iqbal,
another double,
canada table

6 syllables:
alabama mobile

Some other possibilities:

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