Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chortle:

2 syllables:
for rural,
george l.,
or rural,
though rural,
for al,
gore al,
por el,
small knoll,
or tell,
nord pl,
broad rural,
court as,
court has,
court on,
for bulk,
for ten,
fort on,
fort up,
horse skull,
or ten,
port on,
short as,
short on,
short ton,
short tongue,
small rural,
strong rural,
short pulse,
torre delle,
cross still,
dont le,
door bell,
for cell,
for full,
for well,
more full,
more well,
more will,
nor will,
or cell,
or full,
or kill,
or pull,
or sell,
or well,
or will,
though still,
war will,
board as,
board has,
board on,
board up,
lord as,
lord has,
or done,
stored as,
stored on,
stored up,
vor dem,
all ten,
bohr bug,
born as,
born on,
borne on,
borne up,
broad skull,
broad tongue,
cork up,
corn on,
course an

3 syllables:
a f of l,
along rural,
among rural,
because rural,
report an,
report as,
report has,
report on,
support an,
support as,
support has,
support on,
support us,
transport assay,
support rural,
record as,
record has,
record on,
acorn nut,
before but,
before chief,
before judge,
before man,
before men,
before some,
before such,
before then,
before was,
before when,
before young

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