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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beatle:

2 syllables:
very dull,
green knoll,
by al,
by l.,
by le,
see l.,
si l',
si le,
street raleigh,
they tell,
beat on,
beat up,
by ten,
cheat on,
chine colle,
dry bulb,
dry bulk,
dry gulch,
dry ton,
dry tonne,
eat as,
eat on,
eat up,
feet as,
feet on,
feet up,
heat as,
heat on,
heat up,
meat on,
meet an,
meet as,
meet on,
meet up,
meet us,
my colleague,
my tongue,
qui tam,
seat as,
seat on,
sheet as,
sheet ice,
sheet on,
steel hulls,
street as,
street on,
sweet as,
sweet on,
sweet tongue,
three rural,
treat as,
treat us,
beet pulp,
been ill,
by bill,
by cell,
by full,
by well,
by will,
dry cell,
dry well,
free will,
g.i. bill,
gi bill,
my cell,
my full,
my will,
pie shell,
sleep pill,
speak ill,
steep hill,
surely will,
they fell,
they fill,
they kill,
they sell,
they well,
they will,
three full,
thy will,
tree will,
tree wool,
very full,
very well


3 syllables:
media l.,
aleph null,
compete on,
complete an,
complete as,
defeat on,
degree pulse,
lévy bruhl,
sea gull,
complete moles,
complete skull,
eaten whole,
peter hulme,
sea eel,
sea owl


4 syllables:
completed whole


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