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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dental:

2 syllables:
chine colle,
green knoll,
street raleigh,
three rural,
very dull,
been ten,
clean tongue,
green gulch,
green shales,
green tongue,
leant on,
marine shales,
meant an,
meant as,
routine skull,
by al,
by l.,
by le,
see l.,
si l',
si le,
beauty still,
been full,
been well,
by still,
clean bill,
clean wool,
diese stelle,
greece still,
green shell,
greene ville,
lease still,
lie still,
marine shell,
mean well,
peace still,
piece still,
please tell,
queen cell,
surely still,
they still,
three still,
very still,
been done,
been dug,
cleaned up,
leaned on,
steam tug,
bee stung,
beef tongue,
beefed up,
been but,
been cut,
been let,
been man,
been men,
been much,
been put,
been run,
been shut,
been some,
been such,
been thus,
been when,
been won,
beet pulp,
brief pulse,
ch'ien chung,
cheap rural,
chien lung,
clean cut,
clean young,
east as,
east ham,
east has

3 syllables:
aleph null,
lévy bruhl,
ancient as,
ancient tongue,
latine tongue,
mini ml,
ancient rural,
peanut hulls,
chinese still,
decrease still,
degree still,
entry still,
machine will,
release still,
extreme rural,
irene dunne,
tierra del,
areas rural,
chinese colleague,
chinese rural,
chinese tongue,
complete moles,
complete skull,
decreased as

4 syllables:
mujahedeen khalq

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See dental used in context: 39 rhymes, several books and articles.

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