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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nacelle:

2 syllables:
ais l,
may sell,
james l.,
base as,
base has,
base on,
brace up,
case an,
case as,
case has,
case on,
case such,
chase up,
day some,
face an,
face as,
face has,
face on,
face up,
grace as,
lace up,
lake aral,
may some,
pay some,
pay such,
place an,
place as,
place has,
place on,
place some,
place such,
play some,
play such,
race as,
race has,
race on,
sei whales,
space as,
space has,
space on,
way some,
base a,
grave stele,
gray squirrel,
plain skull,
space scales,
weigh scales,
clay mill,
day will,
may fill,
may kill,
may tell,
may well,
stray shell,
take ill,
wait till,
way bill,
way will,
white tulle,
blaze up,
days as,
days on,
gaze on,
glaze ice,
lays on,
lays up,
phase as,
phase assay,
phase has,
phrase as,
plays an,
plays as,
plays on,
plays up,
raise an,
raise up,
says an,
says as,
says on,
stays on,
stays up,
ways as


3 syllables:
away some,
made a hole,
malay rural,
cases whole,
female skull,
makes a hole,
mason neale,
places whole,
affine hull,
became ill,
today will,
always an,
always as,
always has,
always on,
kinase assay


4 syllables:
embraces all


Some other possibilities:

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