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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grundle:

2 syllables:
pen pal,
con el,
dev null,
gal pal,
rev. rul,
skel ml,
xml ql,
comme le,
fen duck,
fund has,
kal el,
non vult,
tuned up,
van den,
von dem,
von den,
when done,
u l,
can tell,
then tell,
can fill,
can kill,
can pull,
can sell,
can well,
done well,
is dull,
jeune fille,
man fell,
man will,
men fell,
men will,
prince hal,
son will,
sun will,
then fell,
then fill,
then will,
tun shell,
when full,
when well,
when will,
bon ton,
cup morel,
drummed up,
dum dum,
dumb dumb,
flung rural,
front as,
front on,
front tuck,
front up,
gummed up,
hsüan tung,
hunt up,
parent has,
parent tongue,
plum duff,
struc tural,
summed up,
tan tung,
won ton,
young colleague,
young dutch,
young rural,
ban lon,
ben was,
bien cuit,
blood pulse,
bon bon,
budge don,
bunch up,
can but,
can can,
can come,
can cut,
can get,
can judge,
can let,
can love,
can put,
can run,
can such,
can then,
can thus,
ch'en ch'un,
con con,
con man


3 syllables:
allan dulles,
extra mural,
become dulled,
ireland as,
ireland has,
qu'une seule,
urban rural,
accent on,
extent as,
extent on,
afghan chief,
allan young


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