Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with petit mal:

3 syllables:
hutted knoll,
judge tuttle,
dutch uncle,
ramon llull,
young uncle,
button man,
famous mural,
fetal pulse,
fetal skull,
genus meles,
pruritus vulvae,
stubble mulch,
youngest uncle,
faisant appel,
greatest man,
greatest men,
tut tutted,
young camel,
little knoll,
budget bill,
but until,
button cell,
button shell,
little gull,
saiva temple,
shuttle shell,
loved uncle,
spinal dural

4 syllables:
become humble,
extra double,
fetal neural,
ballot title,
budget table,
budget total,
debit total,
extra couple,
extra muscle,
fetal bowel,
get an eyeful,
u.s.a. table,
buddha temple,
asset bubble,
bucket model,
budget model,
butyl methyl,
comet tempel,
extra trouble,
fetal muscle,
greatest hurdle,
greatest title,
greatest total,
greatest trial,
plissit model,
primate model,
rajat kamal,
retain normal,
retain title,
retain total,
asset until,
beloved uncle,
greatest moral,
greatest temple,
gupta temple,
modal level,
spinal neural,
u.s.a. journal

5 syllables:
acetyl methyl,
exciton model

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