Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with treddle:

2 syllables:
et al,
et l',
et le,
beth el,
para el,
c'est le,
cette seule,
est le,
et les,
chez les,
dead as,
dead duck,
dead on,
hair gel,
head as,
head has,
head on,
head up,
lead an,
lead as,
lead on,
lead up,
lead us,
pressure hull,
redd up,
shelf ful,
spread as,
spread on,
tread on,
where rural,
et il,
comme le,
con el,
fell ill,
fresh shell,
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
kal el,
with al,
bet on,
debt as,
debt has,
debt on,
dressed as,
dressed up,
et en,
et un,
et une,
het up,
met an,
met as,
met on,
met up,
met us,
net ton,
set an,
set as,
set has,
set on,
set up,
set us,
yet an,
yet as,
yet has,
yet on,
air as,
air has,
air on,
bare ass,
bear an,
bear hug,
bear on,
bear up,
bless us,
breath as,
breath on,
care as,
care has,
care on,
cell as,
cell has,
cell lung,
chair as,
chair on,
check on,
check up,
death as,
death has,
death on,
deck up,
delle acque

3 syllables:
ahead as,
ahead on,
convex hull,
addressed as,
rosette assay,
as well as,
compel us

Some other possibilities:

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