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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with telltale:

2 syllables:
felt all,
glenn stahl,
shell marl,
bells tolled,
held all,
cell wall,
elf owl,
help all,
kept all,
left all,
shell shall,
spent all,
went all,
delle donne,
bell cot,
bell jar,
best are,
blair bolles,
blessed are,
cells are,
cent are,
delle cause,
delle nozze,
else are,
fell far,
health are,
left are,
rest are,
shell shock,
shells are,
swell mob,
test are,
well not,
wells are,
west are,
met all,
sell all,
set all,
tell all,
well all,
yet all,
blessed shalt,
cell are,
hell are,
help solve,
helps solve,
pelt rot,
set are,
set top,
shell star,
well are,
yet are,
dutch doll,
end all,
glove doll,
rag doll,
send all,
spend all,
air ball,
bares all,
bread shall,
breath shall,
cette salle,
chair shall,
check shall,
dead ball,
dead fall,
dead wall,
death shall,
etc. all,
ex all,
fair ball,
gun moll,
hair ball,
head wall,
hence all


3 syllables:
accept all,
affect all,
collect all,
hotel shall,
possessed all,
prevent all,
reject all,
select all,
content are,
effect are,
excess stock,
object are,
percent are,
project are,
respect are,
subject are,
belly shalt,
hotel terrace,
access shall,
address all,
addressed shall,
excess shall,
gazette shall


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