Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with xylitol:

3 syllables:
eye muscle,
flight tunnel,
thigh muscle,
while little,
while adult,
style double,
while russell,
while uncle,
child fetal,
pilot whales,
eye level,
high level,
style level,
thigh level,
while hegel,
night huddled,
white adult,
bile acid,
clyde canal,
cried mabel,
cried uncle,
flight muscle,
line double,
might befal,
might double,
might humble,
might puzzle,
might rebel,
might trouble,
might tumble,
night double,
night uncle,
price bubble,
private as,
quite double,
quite humble,
right basal,
right double,
right hon'ble,
right nasal,
right renal,
side chapel,
slight chuckle,
slight double,
slight muscle,
slight nasal,
slight rustle,
slight trouble,
style office,
thigh muscles,
thine uncle,
tight muscle,
while alice,
while helen,
white chapel,
white couple,
white double,
white knuckle,
white muscle,
white truffle,
wire muzzle,
bright little,
chile until,
cried little,
eyelet hole,
give little,
islet cell,
light little,
like little,
nice little,
night little,
pilot cell,
pilot hole

4 syllables:
provide double,
pilot trial,
pilot tunnel,
acquire adult,
provide adult,
unlike adult,
designed double,
divine couple,
favourite uncle,
fire shovel,
lyra viol,
subscribe button,
unlike russell,
acquire little,
derive little,
divine little,
excite little,
favourite little,
petite little,
polite little,
provide little

5 syllables:
signify little,
families huddled,
entire canal,
entire muscle,
entire rebel,
entire little

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