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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cannulae:

2 syllables:
gag rule,
that rule,
that soul,
and soul,
bran new,
damn fool,
grand boule,
hand tool,
span new,
than new,
law rule,
or rule,
flat hoop,
shall loose,
lawn tool,
own soul,
than all,
cram school,
frank soule,
graham school,
pack mule,
at noon,
at school,
at too,
backed tools,
bad news,
black pools,
black school,
class rules,
class school,
craft tools,
douglass school,
glass cools,
glass school,
grad school,
grand duke,
had ruled,
lathe tools,
pant hoot,
sad news,
sand dune,
span roof,
staff rules,
staff school,
than use,
that news,
that rules,
that school,
that too,
what news,
add new,
and rules,
and school,
and tools,
at new,
banff school,
branch school,
chance rules,
dance school,
grand school,
grant school,
had new,
hand tools,
kanze school,
mannes school,
planned school,
plant rules,
ranch school,
than too,
than you,
that knew,
that new


3 syllables:
anu ml,
stanley hoole,
anew in,
attack rules,
attack tools,
batter rule,
compass school,
lasso tools,
myriad rules,
value health,
value shall,
value while,
value will,
advanced tools,
danish school,
enhance school,
finance rules,
finance school,
granule cell,
manor school,
many school,
stanley pool,
vacant stool


4 syllables:
faneuil hall,
hinayana school,
montana school,
romantische schule


5 syllables:
miranda rule



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