Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extricable:

3 syllables:
chalk rubble,
dutch couple,
young couple,
youthful couple,
chemung canal,
chief rebel,
dutch canal,
strand double,
trunk canal,
young camel,
young rebel,
mucous cell,
faisant appel,
hugh capet,
leg muscle,
rural nepal,
buckle up,
butha buthe,
chuck a luck,
double hulls,
dutch uncle,
gun muzzle,
hutted knoll,
judge russell,
judge tuttle,
ken russell,
love muscle,
muck a muck,
mud puddle,
petit mal,
profes sional,
ramon llull,
rural adult,
thumb muscles,
tongue muscle,
young adult,
young uncle,
brick rubble,
crick double,
quick double,
tech bubble,
thick double,
rural couples,
when coupled,
young couples,
blood bubbled,
chief consul,
chief rebels,
chief trouble,
dutch canals,
dutch consul,
dutch rebels,
front double,
gas bubbles,
has doubled,
has trouble

4 syllables:
extra couple,
extra double,
extra muscle,
added pub.l.,
afghan rebel,
asset bubble,
become double,
become humble,
extra trouble,
abdul jalil,
added muscle,
as a result,
become adult,
uncle dan'l,
uncle russell,
unless renal,
urban adult,
urban bustle,
extra cable,
adult couple,
lucky couple,
mature couple,
quiet couple,
royal couple,
unless coupled,
urban couples,
added trouble,
afghan rebels,
afghan tribal,
asset bubbles,
becomes double,
below canal,
brian connell,
budget table,
crural canal,
della pubbl,
double label,
fetal bowel,
fully double,
genus sabal,
gota canal,
gotha canal

5 syllables:
arizona canal

6 syllables:
complicated double

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