Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with translatable:

3 syllables:
that trouble,
black couple,
chana dal,
and double,
at chapel,
black double,
brass double,
glass double,
grand double,
gras double,
had doubled,
shall double,
than double,
black tunnel,
glass bubble,
latae muscle,
laugh bubbled,
shaft tunnel,
shall humble,
that adult,
that uncle,
track tunnel,
at the double,
black stubble,
had trouble,
shall trouble,
broad double,
though double,
black couples,
class couple,
at a run,
battle as,
battle on,
black adult,
black muzzle,
brass buckle,
cattle on,
class adult,
fat acid,
fatten up,
glass funnel,
graham russell,
jack russell,
ratted on,
rattle on,
shall befal,
status as,
status has,
status on,
strap muscle,
that added,
that office,
that uses,
at table,
brought trouble,
not trouble,
that table,
thought bubble,
last couple,
matched couple,
takes double,
than doubled,
trans double,
barrel bulk,
black truffle,
blanc tunnel,
capt. russell,
captain raleigh,
cattle kraal,
class struggle,
frank tuttle,
glass bubbles,
laugh rumbled

4 syllables:
crozat canal,
abstract double,
apache tribal,
attract trouble,
exact double,
chenab canal,
about double,
enough trouble,
allow double,
carried double,
classic double,
latter couple,
value double,
attached muscle,
battle royal,
bracket table,
cattle corral,
jacob henle,
jaluit atoll,
latter muscle,
moffat tunnel,
rather humble

5 syllables:
almanach royal,
susannah heschel,
really double,
uncanny double,
battery tunnel

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