Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with surrebuttal:

2 syllables:
dev null,
gal pal,
pen pal,
rev. rul,
skel ml,
xml ql,
comme le,
con el,
kal el,
struc tural,
u l,
but fell,
but full,
but well,
but will,
c'est le,
can tell,
cette seule,
comme telle,
douglas still,
est le,
get well,
just tell,
must tell,
nut shell,
smut mill,
stress still,
then tell,
up till,
blood pulse,
flood pulse,
get done,
bon ton,
bucked up,
bust ass,
bust up,
but can,
but come,
but get,
but let,
but love,
but man,
but men,
but much,
but non,
but put,
but some,
but such,
but then,
but thus,
but twice,
but was,
but when,
but young,
chucked up,
cup morel,
cut rug,
cuts on,
cuts up,
deus vult,
douglas squirrel,
dust on,
dust up,
dutch colleague,
dutch rural,
dutch tongue,
flung rural,
front as,
front on,
front tuck,
front up,
fucked up,
get much,
get shut,
get some,
get such,
get when,
heute schon,
hs√ľan tung,
hung ten,
hunt up,
hushed up,
hut was

3 syllables:
extra mural,
pewit gull,
petit mal,
advice still,
alice still,
office still,
allan dulles,
become dulled,
accent on,
conduct an,
conduct as,
conduct has,
conduct on,
extent as,
extent on,
extra stuff,
extra touches

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