Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unprovable:

3 syllables:
showed double,
to double,
two double,
close double,
closed double,
could double,
float double,
known double,
no trouble,
should double,
shows double,
so subtle,
soap bubble,
stone rubble,
those humble,
throat trouble,
to trouble,
whole rebel,
whose double,
whose humble,
would double,
close couple,
stone chapel,
whole chapel,
beau brummel,
beau brummell,
close adult,
coal shovel,
gross fetal,
gross muscle,
how beautiful,
known adult,
no result,
psoas muscle,
road tunnel,
so beautiful,
stone canal,
stone tunnel,
to result,
to rub up,
two beautiful,
whole adult,
whole canal,
whole muscle,
whose uncle,
wrote russell,
wrote uncle,
proven bull,
blows bubbles,
known trouble,
should humble,
should rebel,
shows subtle,
soap bubbles,
those subtle,
throat troubles,
to adult,
whole trouble,
would rebel,
flows uphill,
stone uphill,
to repel,
broken hill,
co meddle,
do little,
droll little

4 syllables:
above double,
rideau canal,
unknown nodal,
above basal,
remote tribal,
avoid double,
employ double,
adobe chapel,
lower chapel,
above office,
approach adult,
embryo spinal,
lower basal,
lower nasal,
lower tunnel,
open newel,
promote adult,
promote muscle,
promote renal,
unknown adult,
above result,
allow double,
body double,
global label,
narrow double,
provoke trouble,
roman noble,
showing double,
yellow double,
savoy chapel,
diploma mill

5 syllables:
anova table,
ancova model,
anova model

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