Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dress circle:

3 syllables:
press journal,
press circles,
edward l.,
necked turtle,
self fertile,
shell turtle,
where thermal,
spencer gulf,
check circuit,
elder colleague,
press journals,
french circles,
health circles,
his journal,
paris journal,
swiss journal,
this journal,
ester gum

4 syllables:
assess verbal,
excess thermal,
express verbal,
professor raleigh,
lesser circles,
affect arousal,
percent hurdle,
suppressor cell,
access journals,
address service,
address urban,
complex circuit,
complex thermal,
complex verbal,
defense journal,
reflex circuit,
reset circuit,
berrys circles,
access circuit,
chester canal,
chester castle,
chester cycle,
complex neural,
ester local,
gloucester castle,
lesser evil,
narrow circles,
perfect circles,
professor eucken,
professor stoll,
select circles,
the lesser evil,
yellow circles,
office journal,
venuss girdle,
digester gas,
lesser local

5 syllables:
professor haeckel,
aggressive verbal,
excessive arousal,
professor bernal,
depressor muscle,
library circles,
professor merle,
aggressive circles,
professor bickel,
professor carol,
professor cassel,
professor michael,
professor michel,
professor nicoll,
professor shackle,
progressive circles,
successive circles

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