Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with timbal:

5 letters:
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le

6 letters:
ibn al,
in bud,
in but,
if but,
is but,
it but,
him an,
him as,
him on

7 letters:
is dull,
is null,
imp gal,
in bulk,
him but,
with al,
him put,
in. but,
big ben,
big bud,
did but,
dim sum,
him can,
him get,
him ten,
him was,
jim was,
tim tam,
him has

8 letters:
dim bulb,
limb bud,
him full,
him tell,
him till,
him well,
him will,
his bill,
pit bull,
in rural,
in wales,
here but,
him come,
him some,
him such,
him then,
him thus,
him when,
pill bug,
this but,
were but,
will but,
with ben,
with but,
year but,
comme le,
climb on,
climb up,
him much

9 letters:
his skull,
twin bill,
this bill,
with bill,
being but,
his pulse,
thing but,
kick butt,
there but,
which but,
issyk kul,
in a hole

10 letters:
prince hal,
fin whales,
climbed on,
climbed up,
quick buck,
with rural,
isaac hull,
richard l.,
printa ble

11 letters:
bring rural,
quick pulse,
arriere ban,
cliff stoll,
frits staal,
ridge rural,
thick mulch,
thick skull,
extra mural,
their rural

12 letters:
firing pulse,
spring gulch,
spring bulbs,
shimba hills,
simple whole

13 letters:
his colleague,
year 2000 bug

14 letters:
transmit pulse

Some other possibilities:

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