Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unable:

3 syllables:
du peuple,
blue bugle,
loose rubble,
school chapel,
smooth muscle,
blue nevus,
bruce russell,
group huddled,
root canal,
school adult,
scoop shovel,
soo canals,
rooms double,
gyula halász,
loose tribal,
pewit gull,
qu'une seule,
blue metal,
new middle,
nu metal,
blue devil,
blue thistle,
brew kettle,
fuel level,
knew little,
new level,
school level,
screw vessel,
threw little,
too little,
true level,
you little,
human as,
mu meson

4 syllables:
abuse subtle,
acute nasal,
acute trouble,
diffuse double,
produce double,
produce subtle,
reduce nasal,
sioux tribal,
undue trouble,
acute muscle,
assume adult,
diffuse muscle,
fewer muscle,
human neural,
produce muscle,
reduce muscle,
scapulae muscle,
acute adult,
acute fetal,
acute renal,
commune office,
diffuse renal,
medusa bud,
produce adult,
produce fetal,
produce renal,
reduce adult,
reduce basal,
reduce fetal,
reduce renal,
sewer tunnel,
tribune office,
doing double,
human nasal,
produce bubbles,
produce trouble,
produced double,
remove bubbles,
renewed trouble,
truly humble,
value double,
produce civil,
review level,
unruh civil,
assume added,
assume office,
luis buñuel,
resume office,
unique double

5 syllables:
mcdougal littell,
laguna niguel,
ursula bethell,
absolute ethyl,
molecule level

6 syllables:
funafuti atoll

Some other possibilities:

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Book See unable used in context: 44 rhymes, 8 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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