Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ethanal:

3 syllables:
faire appel,
where uncle,
air bubble,
air shuttle,
bare knuckle,
began an,
began as,
began on,
bethel a.m.e.,
cecil raleigh,
cette double,
cheadle hulme,
death added,
dressed couple,
fresh muscle,
freshen up,
heaven as,
heaven has,
heaven on,
lesson on,
mesha stele,
metal hulls,
net tonnage,
para nut,
pecan nut,
press chapel,
press s.a.r.l.,
reckon on,
reckon up,
session on,
seven up,
tech bubble,
where adult,
where double,
breath until,
death until,
with renal,
with uncle,
death result,
death unless,
ethel scull,
french canal,
heathen chief,
pressure tunnel,
scheldt canal,
schlemms canal,
seven rural,
stephen a.

4 syllables:
access tunnel,
assess renal,
areca nut,
assess fetal,
assess muscle,
cadet chapel,
depression as,
depression on,
excess muscle,
express subtle,
expression as,
expression assay,
expression has,
expression on,
hotel shuttle,
maria del,
maria schell,
possess double,
profession as,
profession has,
unfair result,
whether uncle,
access tunnels,
affect renal,
detect renal,
direct renal,
ellen sewall,
except uncle,
grecian isles,
lehigh canal,
marie canal,
methyl ethyl,
narrow canal,
narrow funnel,
narrow tunnel,
prepared canal,
prevent renal,
seven isles,
seven noble,
seven royal,
severe renal,
stephen nickell,
stephen sewall,
suez canal,
tea towel,
their uncle

5 syllables:
gabrielle chanel,
regression neural,
erie canal,
primary renal

6 syllables:
bartonella henselae,
salivary canal

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