Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spectacles:

3 syllables:
metal hulls,
air bubbles,
blest abodes,
dressed couples,
fresh mussels,
stretch muscles,
where couples,
breast muscles,
chest muscles,
chest troubles,
flex muscles,
fresh troubles,
gentle as,
messiah comes,
pressure tunnels,
section as,
section comes,
section has,
stretched muscles,
tested as,
wicked uncles,
flexed muscles,
metal comes,
set up as

4 syllables:
access tunnels,
expecta tions,
affected as,
collected as,
connect muscles,
connected as,
detected as,
elected as,
expected as,
protected as,
rejected as,
respected as,
selected as,
respected colleagues,
selected scales,
complex acids,
accepted as,
affect adult,
affection comes,
collection as,
collection comes,
collection has,
connection comes,
dilemma comes,
direct adult,
direction as,
direction comes,
election as,
election comes,
narrow tunnels,
object retains,
objection comes,
perfection as,
perfection comes,
protection as,
protection comes,
recent troubles,
reflection comes,
rejection comes,
selected drugs,
selection as,
selection comes,
selection has,
subject retains,
suggested as,
suspected drugs,
complex struggles,
chemical whose,
direct buses,
elect judges,
expect judges,
recti muscles,
respected colleague,
select judges

5 syllables:
expected delays,
reflected colors,
selected colors,
nondistressed couples,
acceptable as,
affected others,
collected duties,
expected duties,
expected others,
rejected offers,
rejected others,
respected others,
selected others,
collected details,
continental colleagues,
continental scales,
erector muscles,
rejected appeals,
respectable homes,
respectable lives,
selected details,
selected hotels

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See spectacles used in context: 3 rhymes, 8 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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