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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with redpoll:

2 syllables:
cette seule,
c'est le,
est le,
hair gel,
pressure hull,
shelf ful,
where rural,
dead pull,
et al,
et l',
et le,
beth el,
check pulse,
para el,
paired pulse,
bell pull,
dead wool,
gal pal,
head will,
pen pal,
tread mill,
wet bulb,
brent knoll,
dead but,
hair bulb,
head but,
head butt,
bell morel,
bread nut,
bread was,
dead leg,
dead man,
dead men,
dead run,
dead was,
dead when,
death put,
ex rel,
head can,
head man,
head rush,
head was,
head when,
heads as,
heads on,
heads up,
heads up/,
help as,
help on,
help up,
help us,
lead was,
leads on,
leads up,
leads us,
pressure hulls,
them put,
treads on,
well put,
blood pulse,
bread pills,
flood pulse,
wood pulp,
chest pulse,
end bulb,
et les,
cette belle,
chez les,
dead as,
dead duck,
dead on,
head as,
head has,
head on,
head up,
lead an,
lead as,
lead on,
lead up,
lead us

3 syllables:
convex hull,
reset pulse,
assess pulse,
steady pulse,
thready pulse,
convex hulls,
demi sel,
excess rural,
henry l.,
their rural,
select pulse,
ahead as,
ahead on,
bowhead whales,
carry pulse,
cheadle hulme,
edward l.,
feather pulp

4 syllables:
professor raleigh,
binary pulse

Some other possibilities:

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