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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with additional:

2 syllables:
dist lvl,
his skull,
ibm gl,
incr tcl,
is dull,
is null,
it cl,
ms pl,
ms sql,
pr niffl,
sid gpl,
tris hcl,
twin hull

3 syllables:
big bubble,
big double,
big trouble,
bill russell,
bridge tunnel,
chin muscle,
dear uncle,
england hull,
fierce struggle,
his bundle,
his double,
his duffel,
his humble,
his muzzle,
his shovel,
his struggle,
his trouble,
his uncle,
in shuffle,
ip tunnel,
is double,
is subtle,
its double,
its muzzle,
its struggle,
it bubble,
limb muscle,
little gull,
million bbl,
printa ble,
rich uncle,
shear funnel,
sphere bundle,
swift tuttle,
thick jungle,
this couple,
this double,
this humble,
this muscle,
this puzzle,
this struggle,
this subtle,
this trouble,
tim uppal,
twin double,
twitch muscle,
william hull,
will crumble,
will double,
with double,
with muscle,
with subtle,
with uncle,
chris chibnall

4 syllables:
severe muscle,
flandy limpele

5 syllables:
frontalis muscle,
mentalis muscle,
spinalis muscle,
karriss artingstall

6 syllables:
subscapularis muscle

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