Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with derivable:

3 syllables:
eye muscle,
flight tunnel,
thigh muscle,
give a bell,
cried mabel,
line double,
might double,
might humble,
might rebel,
might trouble,
might tumble,
night double,
price bubble,
quite double,
quite humble,
right double,
right hon'ble,
slight double,
slight trouble,
style double,
white double,
gives double,
david l.,
played double,
give up on,
side chapel,
white chapel,
white couple,
clyde canal,
cried uncle,
driven on,
driven up,
flight muscle,
liven up,
might befal,
might puzzle,
night huddled,
night uncle,
private as,
right basal,
right nasal,
right renal,
slight chuckle,
slight muscle,
slight nasal,
slight rustle,
thigh muscles,
thine uncle,
tight muscle,
while adult,
while russell,
while uncle,
white adult,
white knuckle,
white muscle,
white truffle,
wire muzzle,
gives a bell,
private bill,
niven busch,
price bubbles,
price doubled,
pride humbled,
pride rebelled,
private rural,
quite subtle,
times double,
typed double,
cried ethel,
eye level,
high level

4 syllables:
provide double,
designed double,
private table,
divine couple,
acquire adult,
arrival on,
favourite uncle,
fire shovel,
lyra viol,
provide adult,
survival as,
unlike adult,
unlike russell,
private title,
private total,
provide subtle,
provides double,
quiet rebel,
rival local,
sided double,
title label,
favourite tipple

5 syllables:
entire rebel,
entire canal,
entire muscle,
families huddled,
entire tribal,
survival level,
signify little

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