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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wonderful:

8 letters:
under an


9 letters:
under sub,
under ten


10 letters:
non verbal,
under full,
mud turtle,
hut circle,
under some,
under such,
under u.s.,
in journal,
hunter was


11 letters:
under rural,
dull purple,
under shell,
thunder mug,
thunder run,
under chief,
under dutch,
under judge,
under thumb,
under urban,
under young,
wonder then,
van der hum,
mud turtles,
musk turtle,
under royal,
under fully,
under adult,
under basal,
under civil,
under equal,
under legal,
under local,
under model,
under moral,
under naval,
under papal,
under penal,
under table,
under title,
under total,
under trial


12 letters:
blood curdle,
chalk circle,
mural circle,
studs terkel,
under female,
uncle virgil,
upper dermal,
human dermal,
under double,
under harold,
under little,
under middle,
under saddle,
under social,
wonder often,
adult verbal,
under appeal,
under feudal,
under formal


13 letters:
van der waals,
dutch journal,
stress circle,
wonder filled,
young turtles,
trust journal,
extra thermal,
orange circle,
urban circles,
under hostile,
under michael,
under settled,
under thermal,
benign circle,
adult turtles,
under careful


14 letters:
s.a.e. journal,
stress arousal,
thunder filled,
flushed purple,
tongue circled,
become fertile,
office journal,
lndian journal,
sunday journal,
percent hurdle,
berlin journal,
becomes purple


15 letters:
thunder rattled,
becomes fertile


18 letters:
heightened arousal


Some other possibilities:

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