Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with curricle:

2 syllables:
great circle,
rough circle,
squared circle,
st. michael,
st michael,
the circle

3 syllables:
erwin knoll,
her little,
her middle,
younger middle,
heard michael,
her image,
stirring up,
a circle,
as michael,
her uncle,
younger uncle,
younger single,
church hymnal,
heard little,
her income,
her nipples,
her simple,
learn little,
serve civil,
serve little,
stirred little,
third civil,
third little,
third middle,
worth little,
girls excel

4 syllables:
offer civil,
offer little,
expert michael,
mayor michael,
encourage us,
offering an,
offering up,
unter ihnen,
unter ihren,
offer single,
afford little,
alert little,
clear little,
clear vinyl,
clear whistle,
deserve little,
diverse middle,
encourage rural,
fewer civil,
fewer middle,
furry little,
lower civil,
lower middle,
lower tidal,
mayor mitchel,
obscure little,
observe little,
offer insult,
offer simple,
offered little,
offers little,
our civil,
our little,
perverse little,
prayer vigil,
preserve civil,
prior civil,
return little,
reverse micelle,
stirring appeal,
author michael,
berwick castle,
brother michael,
brother michel,
copper nickel,
courage equal,
encourage colleagues,
father michael,
father michel,
herman nickel,
higher nickel,
kosher pickle,
later michael,
lawyer michael,
leader michael,
leader nicolae,
owner michael

5 syllables:
entire civil,
entire little,
entire middle,
composer michael,
designer michael,
encourage equal,
encourage local,
entire fiscal,
offering equal,
offering local,
officer michael

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