Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quizzical:

3 syllables:
flint sickle,
issyk kul,
bring civil,
cousin michael,
dill pickle,
fierce civil,
in civil,
pierre michel,
since civil,
sir michael,
thick nickel,
thing michael,
which civil,
with civil,
with michael,
fin de sicle,
its single,
his civil,
it simple,
its little,
its middle,
its simple,
prince michael,
prince michel,
since michael,
strict civil,
swiss civil,
buick regal,
did little,
flint sickles,
being little,
bring little,
chick pineal,
chris mitchell,
chris whittle,
dear little,
ear middle,
him little,
his little,
his middle,
in little,
in middle,
is little,
lithe little,
mitch mitchell,
queer little,
quick little,
shrill whistle,
slick little,
spear thistle,
spring tidal,
stiff little,
string fiddle,
there little,
thick little,
thick middle,
thing little,
this little,
this middle,
tin whistle,
touching little,
were little,
which little,
with little,
with middle,
fritz henle,
sweat trickle,
being single,
firing signal,
in single,
killed michael,
pitched giggle,
since single,
still single,
thick single,
were single,
with single,
years michael,
b'rith hillel

4 syllables:
commit civil,
albin michel,
career civil,
until civil,
until michael,
transmit signal,
bitter civil,
restrict civil,
adding little,
appear little,
asking little,
endearing little,
until middle,
janet nicoll,
adding single,
appear single,
adding simple,
appear simple,
asking simple,
be in a pickle

5 syllables:
consider civil

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See quizzical used in context: 6 rhymes, several books and articles.

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