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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ring mail:

2 syllables:
in male,
his male,
king rail,
were male,
with male,
fin whale,
in jail,
pin rail,
chic sale,
fish tail,
his pale,
his tail,
his tale,
is pale,
its sale,
mill tail,
near gale,
pierre bayle,
pierre shale,
pig tail,
skip bail,
slip rail,
split rail,
sprig tail,
thick shale,
this scale,
this tale,
will fail,
with pale,
young male,
in males,
being made,
gill ale,
king made,
minke whale,
split tail,
spring sales,
spring scale,
spring trail,
string scale,
thing bailed,
thing failed,
thing fails,
being hailed,
king may,
thing may,
being while,
firing while,
his smile,
singh while,
spring while,
string while,
swing while,
thing while,
young whale,
ear snail,
grimm tales,
his nails,
in maine,
in sales,
in scale,
pin tailed,
since sales,
thick nails,
trim sails,
vin de paille,
being laid,
being late,
being paid,
being said,
bridge rails,
bring faith,
bring shame,
brix scale,
cliff trail,
deer trail,
did make,
drift sail,
drink eight,
film make,
fish scale,
here made,
his main,
his mate,
if made,
is made,
it failed,
it fails,
it made,
it make,
its sales

3 syllables:
finger nail,
virgin males,
dying whale,
going bail,
their male,
dinner pail,
login failed,
adding weight,
clear trail

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