Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pedicel:

3 syllables:
faire appel,
cette double,
cheadle hulme,
fresh muscle,
lead acid,
mesha stele,
where double,
friend russell,
paired muscle,
paired nasal,
beta cell,
theca cell,
dressed couple,
metal hulls,
air bubble,
air shuttle,
bare knuckle,
cecil raleigh,
credit as,
credit on,
head office,
headed up,
press chapel,
press s.a.r.l.,
tech bubble,
where adult,
where uncle,
breast muscle,
chest muscle,
stretched muscle,
bells muscle,
bent double,
charred rubble,
engis skull,
ethel scull,
fledged adult,
fresh mussels,
haired couple,
headed gulls,
pedal pulse,
pledged asset

4 syllables:
assess muscle,
excess muscle,
possess double,
meadow mussel,
extra double,
extra muscle,
access tunnel,
cadet chapel,
unfair result,
assess fetal,
assess renal,
express subtle,
hotel shuttle,
maria del,
maria schell,
added muscle,
affect basal,
affect muscle,
depressed nasal,
direct muscle,
erectus skull,
letty russell,
perfect basal,
prevent muscle,
attend adult,
attend chapel,
carry double,
complex double,
complex muscle,
credit table,
credit title,
credit total,
edith ethel,
ellen sewall,
extended ml,
fleshy muscle,
headed apple,
headed eagle,
headed uphill,
heavy double,
heavy muscle,
measure muscle,
narrow basal,
narrow double,
narrow muscle,
narrow nasal,
perfect double,
prepared canal,
prevent double,
recent double,
reflex muscle,
serum muscle

5 syllables:
reverend russell,
gabrielle chanel,
regression neural,
primary muscle,
professor russell

6 syllables:
bartonella henselae,
necessary muscle

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