Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ancipital:

7 letters:
in idle,
is idle,
is able

8 letters:
is vital,
in final,
is final

9 letters:
his title,
his bible,
his final,
his rifle,
his rival,
this item,
its title,
its vital,
air rifle,
were able

10 letters:
this cycle,
this title,
this vital,
itch cycle,
this final,
year cycle,
despite an,
being able,
still able

11 letters:
click title,
print title,
still vital,
which title,
bring final,
rinse cycle,
fifth title,
fifth vital,
since title,
with titles,
press cycle,
spare rifle,
split table,
thick cable,
witch hazel,
clear title,
until title,
until final,
inner vital,
issue title,
their title,
their vital,
extra cycle

12 letters:
string title,
pierre vidal,
zurich bible,
bridge cycle,
firing cycle,
print titles,
skills vital,
things vital,
stress cycle,
career cycle,
submit final,
accept title,
clear titles,
virgin isles,
access cycle

13 letters:
chewing cycle,
ships sighted,
adding titles,
drawing title,
showing title,
without title,
despite royal,
despite total,
deliver title

14 letters:
unerring rifle,
their rightful,
alluring title,
consider vital,
explicit title

15 letters:
endearing title

16 letters:
appear righteous

18 letters:
transferring title

Some other possibilities:

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