Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with animal:

3 syllables:
chana dal,
black couple,
and double,
grand double,
shall humble,
than double,
shah nameh,
black muzzle,
black tunnel,
glass funnel,
graham russell,
latae muscle,
shaft tunnel,
strap muscle,
that uncle,
track tunnel,
anna was,
at chapel,
black adult,
black couples,
black double,
brass buckle,
brass double,
channel op,
class adult,
class couple,
fan oven,
glass bubble,
glass double,
gras double,
had doubled,
jack russell,
laugh bubbled,
manna gum,
panel on,
shall befal,
shall double,
that adult,
that trouble,
anu ml,
branch canal,
grand canal,
grand uncle,
sand canal,
and adult,
brass knuckles,
channel pulse,
grand peuple,
hand shovel,
laugh rumbled,
scand suppl,
stand basal,
than adults,
than doubled,
trans double,
or renal,
saimaa canal,
thomas l.,
a2 level,
avec l',
avec le,
black kettle,
broad double,
catches hell,
chalice cell,
class civil,
placa reial

4 syllables:
hannah mitchell,
chenab canal,
crozat canal,
japan added,
japan office,
enhance renal,
gamma model,
ghana journal,
transplant renal,
alamein el,
annie russell,
channel isles,
channel level,
enhance muscle,
hanna segal,
hannah whitall,
japan u.s.a.,
pavlo hummel,
radha kamal,
rather humble,
salam model,
sarah mitchell,
enough muscle,
bourgeois couple,
tarawa atoll

5 syllables:
almanach royal,
susannah heschel,
origanum oil,
montana cattle,
savanna wattle,
uncanny double,
abraham heschel

6 syllables:
britannia royal

Some other possibilities:

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