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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lintel:

2 syllables:
him tell,
did tell,
hear tell,
in cell,
in well,
skin cell,
which tell,
will tell,
gwyn nell,
in hell,
being well,
him well,
wing shell,
brick shell,
did well,
ear shell,
fig shell,
fit well,
his well,
if well,
is well,
it fell,
it well,
pear shell,
slit shell,
still well,
there fell,
thick shell,
this well,
were well,
which fell,
will sell,
wish well,
with cell,
with well,
can tell,
then tell,
thing tells,
winged elm,
chris tells,
christ tells,
hears tell,
his cell,
in cells,
in pelt,
in self,
in wealth,
paris tells,
print head,
script tells,
since cells,
since health,
smith tells,
still tells,
strict health,
swift tells,
switch tells,
there tells,
thin shelled,
this cell,
this tells,
which tells,
in health,
in twelve,
it held,
it help,
it tells,
prince tells,
comme telle,
him till,
being dealt,
can sell,
can well,
chris still,
done well,
gin mill,
here till,
his still,
in full,
is still,
just tell,
man fell,
men fell

3 syllables:
login shell,
into hell,
olive shell,
until well,
assist health,
benign cells,
dinner bell,
equipped health,
inner shell,
linux shell,
predict health,
resin cells,
thinner shell,
minute bell,
berlin wool

4 syllables:
acinar cell

5 syllables:
haliotis shell

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