Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with caravelle:

3 syllables:
black couple,
chana dal,
graham russell,
jack russell,
that trouble,
a2 level,
class civil,
or renal,
though russell,
and double,
ash oven,
at chapel,
black adult,
black couples,
black double,
black muzzle,
black tunnel,
brass buckle,
brass double,
class adult,
class couple,
fan oven,
farah aidid,
glass bubble,
glass double,
glass funnel,
grand double,
gras double,
had doubled,
latae muscle,
laugh bubbled,
sarah added,
sarah alice,
sarah was,
sarah young,
shaft tunnel,
shall befal,
shall double,
shall humble,
strap muscle,
than double,
that adult,
that uncle,
track tunnel,
baron von,
barrel bulk,
black cravat,
black truffle,
capt. russell,
class struggle,
frank lovell,
frank russell,
grass rustled,
had trouble,
hand shovel,
laugh rumbled,
ralph russell,
shall result,
shall trouble,
that result,
avec l',
avec le,
black kettle,
broad double,
catches hell,
chalice cell,
placa reial,
saimaa canal,
thomas l.,
though double

4 syllables:
chenab canal,
crozat canal,
annie russell,
apache tribal,
attract trouble,
carried double,
channel level,
enhance renal,
harry russell,
sarah battle,
sarah mitchell,
sarah noble,
sarah russell,
sarah vaughan,
transplant renal,
bourgeois couple,
enough muscle,
tarawa atoll,
sacral level

5 syllables:
almanach royal,
susannah heschel,
abraham heschel

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