Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with decibel:

3 syllables:
chalk rubble,
chief rebel,
profes sional,
strand double,
young rebel,
guerra civil,
dutch couple,
faisant appel,
rural nepal,
young couple,
youthful couple,
butha buthe,
chemung canal,
double hulls,
douglas added,
dutch canal,
dutch uncle,
gun muzzle,
hustle up,
hutted knoll,
jesus as,
jesus has,
jesus on,
judge russell,
judge tuttle,
ken russell,
leg muscle,
love muscle,
mud puddle,
petit mal,
ramon llull,
rural adult,
rustle up,
stress added,
thumb muscles,
tongue muscle,
trunk canal,
young adult,
young camel,
young uncle,
his double,
his humble,
is double,
this double,
this humble,
thus able,
gas bubbles,
has doubled,
has trouble,
was doubled,
basal skull,
blood bubbled,
chief rebels,
chief trouble,
dust ruffle,
dutch rebels

4 syllables:
extra double,
extra couple,
extra muscle,
added pub.l.,
afghan rebel,
asset bubble,
become double,
become humble,
extra trouble,
unless renal,
office civil,
abdul jalil,
acetous acid,
added muscle,
advice office,
alice added,
alice alice,
as a result,
become adult,
of a sudden,
office added,
office office,
on a sudden,
uncle dan'l,
uncle russell,
urban adult,
urban bustle,
express subtle,
fossa below,
possess double,
becomes double,
u.s.a. table,
unless coupled,
upper sepal,
added trouble,
afghan rebels,
afghan tribal,
asset bubbles,
basal level,
budget table,
closer muscle,
della pubbl,
double label

6 syllables:
complicated double

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