Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sinful:

2 syllables:
prince hal,
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
his skull,
ibn al,
is dull,
is null,
in full,
fin whales,
in bulk,
in fun,
in rural,
in wales,
with al,
prince faisal,
being full,
him full,
gin mill,
his full,
in cell,
in well,
is full,
it fell,
it full,
pen pal,
shelf ful,
skin cell,
skin wool,
still full,
there fell,
twin bill,
were full,
which fell,
which fill,
will fill,
with full,
bring rural,
dim bulb,
firing pulse,
imp gal,
spring gulch,
be in luck,
chin cup,
cliff stoll,
frits staal,
hinge on,
his colleague,
his pulse,
in. but,
in. then,
in. when,
in bud,
in but,
in chief,
in den,
in dutch,
in gas,
in love,
in luck,
in man,
in mem,
in men,
in much,
in posse,
in pup,
in ref,
in rem,
in san,
in some,
in sub,
in such,
in sum,
in ten,
in thus,
in was,
in when,
in young,
is fun,
lin sen,
pinned on,
pinned up,
print on,
quick pulse,
ridge rural,
ringed up,
signed an

3 syllables:
in a hole,
berlin wool,
login shell,
virgin wool,
allyn young,
berlin was,
convince us,
isaac hull,
issyk kul,
richard l.

4 syllables:
vitamin pill,
michelin man

Some other possibilities:

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See sinful used in context: 9 rhymes, 12 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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