Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with floatel:

7 letters:
do tell,
go tell,
so tell,
to tell,
do well,
go well,
no well,
so well,
to cell,
to sell,
to well,
to hell,
lo tech,
no self,
so self,
to melt,
to self,
vo tech,
no help,
so held,
so help,
to help

8 letters:
now tell,
who tell,
cow bell,
how well,
now well,
one hell,
two well,
who fell,
who sell,
oat cell,
to dwell,
low self,
low tech,
mol cell,
now felt,
one cell,
one else,
one fell,
one held,
one well,
to spell,
to swell,
who felt,
yoke elm,
how else,
now held

9 letters:
grow well,
mote bell,
who tells,
load cell,
who dealt,
who dwell,
bone cell,
bow bells,
does well,
foam cell,
goes well,
home help,
two cells,
who sells,
to health

10 letters:
boat shell,
knows well,
stone cell,
those held,
could tell,
ghost cell,
go to hell,
lasso cell,
photo cell

11 letters:
home health,
smoke shell,
stone shell,
whole shell,
coach tells,
ghost tells,
molte delle,
should tell,
stone tells,
lower shell,
showa shell,
above tells,
alone tells

12 letters:
known health,
throw shells,
whole health,
whose health,
goethe tells,
stone stelae,
remote shell,
embryo cells

13 letters:
remote health,
abalone shell

14 letters:
promote health,
approach tells

15 letters:
approach health,
promotes health

Some other possibilities:

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