Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tentacle:

3 syllables:
bare knuckle,
kent bugle,
belt buckle,
bent double,
engis skull,
trent canal,
cette double,
where double,
air bubble,
air shuttle,
dressed couple,
fresh muscle,
press chapel,
press s.a.r.l.,
tech bubble,
faisant appel,
printa ble,
friend russell,
bare knuckled,
breast muscle,
chest muscle,
chest trouble,
faire appel,
french canal,
french couple,
fresh trouble,
gentle as,
kenya rural,
pressure tunnel,
scheldt canal,
slept huddled,
smell trouble,
spell trouble,
stretched muscle,
tense muscle,
where beautiful,
where tribal,
where trouble

4 syllables:
access tunnel,
convent chapel,
erectus skull,
except uncle,
percent adult,
prevent adult,
prevent double,
prevent fetal,
prevent muscle,
prevent renal,
prevent trouble,
recent double,
recent trouble,
possess double,
assess fetal,
assess muscle,
assess renal,
cadet chapel,
excess muscle,
hotel shuttle,
berlin tunnel,
percent ethyl,
attend adult,
attend chapel,
erect bugle,
extended ml,
accept adult,
access tunnels,
affect adult,
affect basal,
affect fetal,
affect muscle,
affect renal,
agent added,
alain boublil,
arena chapel,
content added,
depressed nasal,
detect fetal,
detect renal,
direct adult,
direct fetal,
direct muscle,
direct renal,
expect trouble,
narrow tunnel,
percent added,
perfect basal,
perfect couple,
perfect double,
perfect shuffle,
protect fetal,
protect tribal,
agent michael,
percent nickel,
prevent fecal,
extended tcl,
prevent fungal

5 syllables:
gabrielle chanel,
reverend russell,
extended huckel

6 syllables:
continental legal

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