Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with finagle:

3 syllables:
in nepal,
singh duggal,
chin muscle,
in adult,
in double,
in muscle,
in renal,
linda schele,
little gull,
lynn canal,
printa ble,
quinn chapel,
spinae muscle,
cousin ethel,
linux shell,
which hegel,
being double,
chick muscle,
his uncle,
ring canal,
sheer muscle,
thick muscle,
this muscle,
twitch muscle,
with uncle,
bill russell,
brick chapel,
brick rubble,
bridge tunnel,
cousin alice,
cousin helen,
crick double,
ear canal,
fish fuddle,
his adult,
his double,
his humble,
in acid,
in office,
is double,
little knoll,
michael hulse,
nigel kneale,
paris adult,
parish chapel,
quick double,
quick shuffle,
ship canal,
sized double,
smith russell,
split a gut,
split renal,
swiss couple,
there huddled,
there result,
thick basal,
thick double,
this canal,
this chapel,
this couple,
this double,
this humble,
vikhe patil,
william hull,
william l.,
with adult,
with double,
with renal,
since hegel,
his knuckles,
near the knuckle

4 syllables:
lapin agile,
benign renal,
berlin tunnel,
clear nasal,
resin canal,
virgin jungle,
until uncle,
appear double,
appear humble,
berlin office,
career couple,
clear bubble,
clear double,
schuylkill canal,
until adult,
until double,
until renal,
be in a pickle,
in a circle,
in a pickle,
linux kernel

5 syllables:
communis muscle,
femoris muscle,
frontalis muscle,
mentalis muscle,
nasalis muscle,
ulithi atoll,
vitamin a acid

6 syllables:
subscapularis muscle

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