Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pellicle:

3 syllables:
clair engle,
belle mitchell,
dressed little,
fresh little,
quell civil,
share little,
spare little,
sweat trickle,
them little,
where little,
where michael,
tells excel,
tells michael,
issyk kul,
shrill little,
still little,
herring gull,
clair mitchell,
dressed middle,
dwelling on,
selling on,
selling up,
set chisel,
shell ibis,
telling on,
telling us,
welling up,
wet whistle,
where civil,
where middle,
dill pickle,
sell signal,
bears little,
blessed little,
blessed michael,
breath tickled,
cared little,
cares little,
dead pixel,
dense little,
fared little,
fares little,
friend michael,
friend michel,
haired little,
hence little

4 syllables:
assess civil,
express civil,
suppress civil,
express little,
janet nicoll,
possess little,
progressed little,
agile little,
extra little,
extra nickel,
until little,
america as,
america on,
complex civil,
defense civil,
express simple,
express viral,
possess simple,
suppress viral,
compel local,
excel excel,
uncle michael,
until michael,
accept little,
agent michael,
any little,
carry little,
clever little,
collect little,
depend little,
detect little,
effect little,
erect little,
erich heckel,
ethical whole,
except little,
except michael,
expect little,
expend little,
expressed little,
fellow civil,
fletcher little,
hairy little,
heavy little,
hello little,
jerome michael,
lamellae become

5 syllables:
clonogenic assay,
america health,
america shall,
america while,
america will,
compelling appeal,
cosmetic appeal

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