Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lineal:

2 syllables:
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le

3 syllables:
fish eagle,
his evil,
is evil,
still legal,
this evil,
with evil,
bring needle,
dip needle,
in equal,
in legal,
in seattle,
lynne segal,
thick needle,
winged eagle,
divvy up,
giddy up,
smith ian,
any evil,
henry l.,
being equal,
bring equal,
bring legal,
kings evil,
thing equal,
click beetle,
his equal,
his legal,
ii as,
ii has,
ii on,
in even,
india as,
india on,
is equal,
is legal,
it ia,
its evil,
parish beadle,
pill beetle,
pitch equal,
skill equal,
skinny young,
sphere equal,
still equal,
still feeble,
swift eagle,
swiss legal,
there equal,
there legal,
this legal,
this sea,
were equal,
which legal,
will equal,
with equal,
with legal,
any ill,
benny hill,
bunny hill,
fin de si?cle,
fin de siecle,
fin de si├Ęcle

4 syllables:
until legal,
guinea fowl,
criteria as,
capone al,
adding equal,
flying eagle,
appear equal,
billy joel,
clear legal,
guinea hen,
sylvia earle,
syria while,
their evil,
until equal

5 syllables:
virginia health,
virginia hills,
virginia rail,
virginia reel,
virginia shall,
virginia while,
chrysomelid beetle,
criteria shall,
criteria while,
nigeria shall,
nigeria while,
ulithi atoll,
unclear legal,
virginia had,
virginia ham,
virginia heard,
virginia house,
virginia in,
virginia is,
virginia whose

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See lineal used in context: 7 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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