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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with detestable:

4 syllables:
greatest trouble,
famous double,
famous rebel,
greatest puzzle,
beautiful double,
double double,
famous chapel,
famous couple,
greatest troubles,
jesus chapel,
petit peuple,
canal tunnel,
cuban rebel,
double bubble,
famous canal,
fetal muscle,
fetal nuchal,
fetal renal,
genus sphacele,
hubble bubble,
russian rouble,
sudden trouble,
chief obstacle,
double trouble,
famous struggle,
fetal spinal,
greatest asset,
greatest office,
greatest tonnage,
justice russell,
rectus muscle,
spinal trouble,
trouble trouble,
bridal couple,
fuddle duddle,
madan gopal,
beautiful chapel,
beautiful couple,
double couple,
greatest result,
nepal nepal,
russian couple,
sudden muscle,
sudden rustle,
crinan canal,
double shuffle,
jhelum canal,
metal double,
muscle muscle,
nasal canal,
rajat kamal,
renal renal,
russell russell,
spinal canal,
spinal muscle,
has multiple,
parental couple,
when multiple


5 syllables:
become unstable,
added obstacle,
ominous rumble,
greatest apostle,
greatest upheaval,
becomes unstable,
greater obstacle,
littlest rebel,
reluctant rebel,
omasal canal,
greatest possible,
profundus muscle,
retired couple,
unless multiple


7 syllables:
unreconstructed rebel


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