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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vial:

2 syllables:
white tulle,
ais l,
ai an,
buy an,
buy up,
eye as,
eye has,
eye on,
eye up,
fly on,
fly up,
high an,
high as,
high on,
high up,
via an,
drive raleigh,
slight knoll,
ysyk köl,
a dull,
a file,
a mile,
a pile,
a rural,
a s l,
a smile,
a style,
a while,
ad val,
an html,
an xml,
are dull,
as al,
as le,
athletes while,
buy all,
by al,
by l.,
by le,
el al,
en el,
eye will,
give hell,
high heel,
high hills,
ideal rural,
ideal style,
ideal while,
ideals while,
l. l.,
l l,
like hell,
might tell,
o. l.,
o l,
of al,
of el,
of rural,
of style,
on file,
on rural,
on while,
os cal,
ou le,
ox bile,
per le,
see l.,
si l',
si le,
sur l',
sur le,
u l,
untouched while,
us gal,
us while,
y el,
bile as,
bite on,
bite tongue,
bright as,
buy some,
cried up


3 syllables:
affine hull,
briefly as,
briefly on,
chiefly as,
chiefly on,
chiefly rural,
entre le,
acquire an,
advise on,
alight on,
alive as,
alive on,
arrive on,
aside as,
bio assay,
buyer has,
chiefly young


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