Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mantel:

2 syllables:
fan shell,
schwann cell,
shall tell,
and tell,
cant help,
grant tells,
plant cell,
plant health,
that tell,
clam shell,
graham bell,
black shell,
bragg cell,
brass shell,
fat cell,
flat fell,
glass shell,
had well,
hatch shell,
stab cell,
that cell,
that fell,
that sell,
that well,
what the hell,
and cell,
and fell,
and health,
and held,
and help,
and sell,
and well,
band cell,
band shell,
graham tells,
hand bell,
hand held,
land held,
planned health,
quand elles,
anche nelle,
ant egg,
blast cell,
catch hell,
cracked shell,
damn well,
fan belt,
graph tells,
lacked health,
mast cell,
range health,
sance bell,
schwann cells,
staff tells,
than self,
glance tells,
grant helped,
plant cells,
than twelve,
that health,
that held,
that help,
that tells,
what else,
and ill,
and l.,
p and l,
s and l,
sand hill,
brown shell,
class still,
crown shell,
dans l',
dans le,
glass still,
gone well,
grass still,
john bell,
laugh still,
or tell,
own well,
plan will,
than full,
than will

3 syllables:
expand health,
advance health,
annie belle,
contact health,
enhance health,
finance health,
many well,
advanced health,
cannot help,
enhanced health,
financed health,
planet health,
show and tell,
vacant cells,
japan will

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See mantel used in context: 11 rhymes, several books and articles.

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