Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with immingle:

3 syllables:
his single,
is single,
this single,
being single,
in single,
since single,
its single,
still single,
thick single,
timing pulse,
were single,
with single,
his simple,
is simple,
there mingled,
this simple,
this symbol,
this signal,
grinning skull,
herring gull,
sting winkle,
issyk kul,
b'rith hillel,
filling pulse,
his civil,
killing whales,
living mulch,
living pulse,
rising pulse,
rising rural,
shrill little,
still little,
swiss civil,
switching pulse,
timing was,
climb angle,
some single,
being singled,
cousin michael,
pierre michel,
sir michael,
thing michael,
with michael,
buick regal,
build single,
built single,
chris mitchell,
ear middle,
him little,
his middle,
in middle,
kris kringle,
kriss kringle,
mitch mitchell,
sized single,
split shingles,
strip shingles,
thick middle,
this middle,
with middle,
years single,
being simple,
diving bell

4 syllables:
adding single,
appear single,
clear single,
fishing eagle,
rising eagle,
commit immoral,
within hegel,
silica gel,
until little,
become mingled,
become single,
albin michel,
bringing legal,
growing single,
showing single,
staying single,
timing cycle,
until michael,
appears single,
classic single,
giving legal,
missing angle,
richard ingle,
steering angle,
switching angle,
their single,
timing channel,
timing model,
until middle,
within angle,
adding insult,
adding simple,
asking simple

5 syllables:
fulfilling jewel,
employing single,
consider single,
encourage single

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