Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with opel:

6 letters:
do sul,
lo cal,
no cal

7 letters:
do tell,
do well,
go tell,
go well,
no well,
so tell,
so well,
to cell,
to sell,
to tell,
to well,
to hell,
to pull,
no self,
so self,
to melt,
to self,
no help,
so held,
so help,
to help,
do will,
low cal,
no till,
no will,
so dull,
so full

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

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

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

11 letters:
home health,
smoke shell,
stone shell,
whole shell,
lower shell,
showa shell

12 letters:
known health,
throw shells,
whole health,
whose health,
embryo cells,
remote shell

13 letters:
remote health,
abalone shell

14 letters:
promote health

15 letters:
approach health

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