Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cesural:

2 syllables:
great vessel,
the vessel

3 syllables:
dress circle,
press circles,
press journal,
better as,
better on,
error arise,
error as,
error has,
error on,
ever as,
ever has,
ever on,
letter as,
letter has,
letter on,
measure as,
measure has,
measure on,
measure up,
never an,
never arise,
never as,
never has,
never on,
pleasure as,
seller has,
weather has,
whether an,
whether as,
whether on,
a vessel,
armed vessel,
his circle,
lesser hills,
professor earle,
stress arousal,
stress circle,
this circle,
better rural,
edward l.,
feather pulp,
hence arise,
hepar sulph,
lesser chief,
letter a,
measure pulse,
necked turtle,
pepper dulse,
press service,
self fertile,
shell turtle,
the letter a,
thence arise

4 syllables:
professor raleigh,
successor as,
assess verbal,
complex neural,
excess thermal,
express verbal,
hotel circle,
lesser evil,
on deck circle,
professor a.,
professor stoll,
the lesser evil,
together an,
together as,
together on,
whoever has,
felis serval,
access circuit,
access service,
affect arousal,
affect neural,
assess service,
better able,
direct neural,
ether ethyl,
every evil,
express service,
marie ursule,
never a deal,
never able,
never appeal,
percent hurdle,
prevent neural,
professor eucken,
professor urban,
professor was,
professor young,
progress service,
separate whole,
successor judge,
successor was

5 syllables:
professor haeckel,
professor merle,
primary neural,
regression neural

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