Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with variable:

3 syllables:
the terrible,
air bubble

4 syllables:
maria del,
maria schell,
carry double,
barry supple,
heavy double,
marie canal,
terry lovell,
where regional,
fairly humble,
married mabel,
merely double,
where feasible,
maria delle,
pretty chapel,
fleshy muscle,
heavy cudgel,
heavy muscle,
letty russell,
maria added,
maria alice,
maria was,
marry alice,
marry helen,
serious as,
whereas an,
whereas on,
a terrible,
henry capel,
married couple,
any trouble,
heavy rumble,
heavy trouble,
henry buckle,
henry russell,
married adult,
married russell,
married uncle,
petty tribal,
steady rumble,
various rural,
various scales,
weary muscles,
where seasonal,
whereas rural,
fairly bubbled,
fairly subtle

5 syllables:
library adult,
primary adult,
primary muscle,
primary renal,
marry isabel,
library assoc,
library office,
primary asset,
primary office,
remarried couple,
accessory basal,
accessory canal,
accessory muscle,
accessory nasal,
accessory renal,
assess regional,
barry o'connell,
binary result,
carry official,
dairy animal,
every rebel,
hairy animal,
maria mitchell,
pretty horrible,
primary muscles,
primary result,
primary spinal,
serious appeal,
serious civil,
serious hurdle,
serious social,
their regional,
various civil,
various royal,
various social,
whereas hegel,
ulithi atoll,
aerial battle,
aerial battles,
aerial cable,
carrying double

6 syllables:
necessary muscle,
salivary canal,
necessary trouble,
contarelli chapel,
necessary office,
bavarian royal,
necessary result,
precarious social,
salutary result,
agrarian rebel

7 syllables:
necessary official

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