Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with skedaddle:

3 syllables:
bell apple,
fresh apple,
hedge apple,
where rachel,
dead angle,
dead axle,
spread angle,
thread angle,
his saddle,
wood apple,
death battle,
death rattle,
fresh battle,
fresh cattle,
shell rattle,
where cattle,
air castle,
blair castle,
death angel,
dwell angle,
flare angle,
french channel,
fresh angle,
fresh apples,
fresh channel,
greg chappell,
hesse cassel,
threave castle,
wedge angle,
where ample,
where harold,
spread model,
thread model,
dredged channel,
fetch candle,
friend daniel,
friend harold,
friend rachel,
haired angel,
ledge handles,
shared channel,
trend channel,
well handled,
where daniel,
wrench handle,
big apple,
brick castle,
chuck hagel,
dutch apple,
null allele,
pitch apple,
smell awful,
smith apple,
the big apple,
young apple

4 syllables:
married adele,
janet travell,
perfect apple,
access channel,
access panel,
cherry apple,
possess ample,
yellow apple,
yellow hackle,
better handle,
object handle,
headed apple,
heavy handle,
heavy saddle,
leather handle,
leather saddle,
lever handle,
narrow saddle,
never handle,
extra channel,
janet allen

5 syllables:
professor abdul,
reverend daniel,
reverend harold,
cigarette ashes,
cigarette habit

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