Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with embryonal:

2 syllables:
con el,
great canal,
green knoll,
the canal,
the spinal

3 syllables:
sea gull,
creek canal,
cry uncle,
my uncle,
streak canal,
street tunnel,
my humble,
very humble,
by adult,
by double,
by russell,
key bugle,
roughly double,
sea gulls,
see double,
shea nut,
three adult,
three double,
tierra del,
di una,
greek consul,
green tunnel,
kiel canal,
leave uncle,
rhine canal,
speed tunnel,
street canal,
three canals,
sea mell,
sea shell,
teoria delle,
sea mud,
by acid,
by alice,
by helen,
flea comb,
free acid,
my office,
pea aphid,
pea bug,
pea comb,
pea dove,
plea was,
sea bug,
sea chub,
sea dove,
sea duck,
sea pen,
sea run,
sea was,
surely added,
they added,
a canal,
beacon hill,
beauty until,
of renal,
roughly until,
worry until,
these humble

4 syllables:
concrete tunnel,
bovine nasal,
exceed double,
extreme muscle,
maureen appel,
saline nasal,
sea apple,
sea eagle,
believe uncle,
decrease renal,
sea fennel,
sea needle,
sea nettle,
sea nettles,
surrey canal,
area will,
area but,
area can,
area rug,
area was,
expressly added,
idea can,
idea was,
idea when,
reveal an,
agree until,
decree until,
degree until,
entry until,
sea angel,
yttrium metal,
achieve adult

5 syllables:
adrian noble,
assyrian royal,
galilean hills

6 syllables:
aegadean isles

Some other possibilities:

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