Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clinical:

3 syllables:
issyk kul,
cousin michael,
thick nickel,
b'rith hillel,
his civil,
shrill little,
still little,
swiss civil,
pierre michel,
sir michael,
thing michael,
with michael,
dill pickle,
in civil,
in little,
in middle,
since civil,
tin whistle,
fin de sicle,
flint sickle,
grinning skull,
in fiscal,
linear skull,
prince michael,
prince michel,
since michael,
cousin ethel,
in nepal,
being little,
bring civil,
bring little,
buick regal,
chris mitchell,
ear middle,
him little,
his middle,
his single,
is single,
mitch mitchell,
spring tidal,
string fiddle,
thick middle,
thing little,
this middle,
this signal,
this single,
touching little,
with middle,
chick pineal,
chris whittle,
critic has,
dear little,
did little,
fierce civil,
finish up,
hinging on,
his little,
his simple,
in ibid,
is little,
is simple,
lithe little,
pinning on,
queer little,
quick little,
shrill whistle,
signing on,
signing up,
singing as,
skinning up,
slick little,
spear thistle,
split ticket,
stiff little,
there little,
thick little,
this little,
this simple,
this symbol

4 syllables:
albin michel,
until little,
extra nickel,
until michael,
be in a pickle,
in a pickle,
willie nickell,
lapin agile,
adding little,
asking little,
endearing little,
until middle,
appear little,
benign image,
career civil,
clear little,
clear vinyl,
clear whistle,
commit civil,
commit immoral,
until civil

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