Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tenaille:

2 syllables:
chair rail,
stair rail,
dead mail,
web mail,
chair rails,
check rail,
edge rail,
head bail,
press hailed,
set sail,
stair rails,
tell tale,
scent trail,
spent shale,
thence sailed,
went bail,
belle isle,
fair isle,
gill ale,
split tail,
wood dale,
them have,
them made,
them make,
air rage,
air raid,
bear raid,
deaf aid,
death eight,
well have,
where eight,
where have,
yet have,
brown ale,
can fail,
cut nail,
drawn aisle,
front aisle,
in jail,
in male,
pin rail,
spoon nail,
zen mail,
check mailed,
them may,
where males,
bread sales,
breath failed,
check fails,
crest trail,
death failed,
ebbw vale,
french have,
fresh gales,
fresh trail,
genes have,
hares tail,
net sales,
press failed,
share sales,
shell scale,
spare sails,
spend eight,
spent eight,
spread sails

3 syllables:
access aisle,
narrow aisle,
center aisle,
centre aisle,
defense sales,
expense sales,
inner aisle,
direct mail,
their male,
access trail,
any age,
assets sales,
bowhead whale,
complex sales,
complex scale,
della faille,
essay while,
fairy tale,
hotel sales,
never fail,
percent have,
sesame oil

4 syllables:
cigarette sales,
majesty haile,
professor hales

5 syllables:
spermaceti whale

Some other possibilities:

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