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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with true bill:

2 syllables:
blue pill,
boot hill,
few will,
moot hill,
mute hill,
too will,
view will,
you fill,
you kill,
you till,
you will,
new build,
too ill,
you build,
blue bell,
blue bull,
group will,
blue film,
blue silk,
cue bid,
food will,
room will,
rule will,
school will,
screw being,
smooth hills,
soon will,
soul will,
strewn hills,
thou wilt,
too big,
truth will,
tube in,
tube is,
use will,
you being,
you killed,
you still,
choose build,
freud built,
group built,
school bills,
school build,
school built,
troop build,
you pull,
cmu cl,
dew cell,
few well,
knew full,
knew well,
mew gull,
screw shell,
too full,
too well,
you sell,
you tell,
you well,
coop in,
coup in,
group in,
group is,
group iv,
loop in,
loop is,
screw pitch,
sprue pin,
you pick,
blew lid,
bloom in,
blue chip,
blue fig,
blue fish,
blue ridge,
blue tit,
blue with,
boom in,
booth there,
choose his,
choose it,
clued in,
cool in,
cool it

3 syllables:
abuse still,
produce still,
reduce still,
review being,
review still,
fewer bills,
abuse in,
abuse is,
accuse him,
acute in,
as you were,
as you wish,
assume in,
assume it,
bedroom in

4 syllables:
absolute in,
absolute is

Some other possibilities:

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