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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wimble:

2 syllables:
dim bulb,
prince hal,
his skull,
ibn al,
is dull,
is null,
imp gal,
in al,
in bulk,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
him but,
limb bud,
with al,
twin bill,
firing pulse,
him full,
him tell,
him till,
him well,
him will,
his bill,
pit bull,
this bill,
with bill,
being but,
bring rural,
fin whales,
him put,
his pulse,
in. but,
in bud,
in but,
in rural,
in wales,
quick pulse,
spring gulch,
thing but,
arriere ban,
big ben,
big bud,
cliff stoll,
climbed on,
climbed up,
did but,
dim sum,
frits staal,
here but,
him can,
him come,
him get,
him some,
him such,
him ten,
him then,
him thus,
him was,
him when,
his colleague,
if but,
is but,
it but,
jim was,
kick butt,
pill bug,
quick buck,
ridge rural,
there but,
thick mulch,
thick skull,
this but,
tim tam,
were but,
which but,
will but,
with ben,
with but,
with rural,
year 2000 bug,
year but,
comme le,
spring bulbs,
climb on,
climb up,
him an,
him as,
him has,
him much,
him on


3 syllables:
shimba hills,
extra mural,
transmit pulse,
isaac hull,
issyk kul,
richard l.,
their rural,
in a hole,
printa ble,
simple whole


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