Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with general:

3 syllables:
better as,
better on,
error arise,
error as,
error has,
error on,
ever as,
ever has,
ever on,
letter as,
letter has,
letter on,
measure as,
measure has,
measure on,
measure up,
never an,
never arise,
never as,
never has,
never on,
pleasure as,
seller has,
weather has,
whether an,
whether as,
whether on,
chick neural,
tenor bell,
better rural,
center as,
center has,
center on,
centre has,
centre on,
dress circle,
edward l.,
enter an,
enter as,
enter on,
feather pulp,
gender as,
hence arise,
hepar sulph,
letter a,
measure pulse,
necked turtle,
pepper dulse,
press circles,
press journal,
render an,
self fertile,
shell turtle,
tenure as,
the letter a,
thence arise,
venture on,
whence arise,
where thermal,
whether rural,
a denial,
a gentle,
a mental,
a pencil

4 syllables:
professor raleigh,
affect neural,
complex neural,
direct neural,
percent hurdle,
prevent neural,
successor as,
together an,
together as,
together on,
whoever has,
delay neural,
affect arousal,
assess verbal,
better able,
ether ethyl,
every evil,
excess thermal,
express verbal,
hotel circle,
lesser evil,
marie ursule,
never a deal,
never able,
never appeal,
on deck circle,
professor a.,
professor stoll,
separate whole,
the lesser evil,
whether hegel,
whether royal

5 syllables:
primary neural,
regression neural,
professor merle,
professor haeckel

Some other possibilities:

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See general used in context: 38 poetry verses, 125 Shakespeare works, 2 quotations, 2 Bible passages, 537 definitions

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