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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with truckle bed:

2 syllables:
was ushered,
young unwed,
was conveyed,
sick abed


3 syllables:
camel bird,
chuckle head,
knuckle head,
struggle aimed,
struggle and,
bacon and,
basal third,
beautiful and,
beautiful old,
beautiful shade,
brazil and,
brazil showed,
brazil wood,
bucket and,
buddha lived,
bustle and,
canal and,
canal lined,
chapel and,
couple and,
couple lived,
couple owned,
couple showed,
double and,
double dyed,
double edged,
double lined,
double reed,
double shade,
double tide,
double wide,
double word,
fetal and,
glutton bird,
la-la land,
la la land,
muscle and,
muscle showed,
mutton bird,
nepal and,
primal horde,
rebel and,
rebels had,
remem bered,
renal and,
russell and,
russell lived,
russell showed,
russia learned,
russia lived,
tribal and,
trouble and,
trouble loomed,
tunnel and,
bugle beads,
knuckle pads,
struggle had,
bacon lived,
basal blood,
beautiful beads,
beautiful beard,
beautiful birds,
beautiful blood,
beautiful bride,
beautiful broad,
become dulled,
canal board,
couple had,
double bind,
double blade,
double blood,
double bond,
fetal blood,
get a load,
gokal chand,
has a bird,
huckle bone,
knuckle ball,
knuckle bone,
knuckles showed,
muscle blood,
muscle bound,
nasal blood


4 syllables:
mackerel bird,
unstable and,
obstacle posed,
butler bowed,
family boidae,
mackerel guide,
mackerel shad,
obstacle being,
obstacle could,
obstacle seemed,
obstacle should,
obstacle stood,
obstacle would



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