Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with central:

2 syllables:
brent knoll,
bell morel,
ex rel,
c'est le,
cette seule,
dense rural,
est le,
french rural,
pressure hull,
where rural,
et al,
et l',
et le,
para el,
in rural,
spent shell,
struc tural,
went well,
end bulb,
end run,
bread truck,
cent was,
cents an,
cents on,
chest pulse,
ent man,
french colleague,
genes ras,
hair gel,
rent was,
sent some,
shelf ful,
spent much,
spent some,
spent twice,
tense pulse,
tent peg,
tent was,
test run,
welsh rural,
went bung,
went dutch,
went much,
rent roll,
scent trail,
bent on,
beth el,
cent as,
cent on,
centred on,
centres on,
pent up

3 syllables:
percent rural,
prevent rural,
recent rural,
excess rural,
affect rural,
depressed rural,
henry raleigh,
kenny burrell,
protect rural,
henry l.,
agent will,
recent shell,
urban rural,
address rural,
agent can,
agent was,
better rural,
cecil raleigh,
content can,
content was,
convex hull,
depressed skull,
excess stress,
express truck,
fenci ble,
fensi ble,
festi val,
percent was,
petty morel,
pretty rural,
prevent such,
prevent young,
prevents us,
recent dutch,
repair truck,
select pulse,
whether rural,
affects rural,
agent as,
agent has,
agent on,
content as,
content has,
content on,
content scales,
kenya rural,
percent as

4 syllables:
prehensi ble

Some other possibilities:

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