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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pintle:

2 syllables:
prince hal,
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
is dull,
his skull,
ibn al,
is null,
cliff stoll,
fin whales,
frits staal,
in bulk,
in rural,
in ten,
in wales,
print on,
twin tub,
with al,
him tell,
him till,
c'est le,
chris still,
did tell,
est le,
gin mill,
hear tell,
here till,
his still,
in cell,
in full,
in well,
is still,
paris still,
pen pal,
skin cell,
skin wool,
there till,
this still,
twin bill,
which tell,
will tell,
bring rural,
dim bulb,
firing pulse,
him ten,
imp gal,
in den,
in dutch,
king tut,
pinned on,
pinned up,
ringed up,
signed an,
signed on,
signed up,
skinned up,
spring gulch,
tim tam,
be in luck,
big ten,
built an,
built as,
built on,
built up,
chin cup,
christ as,
christ has,
christ on,
drift ice,
hinge on,
his colleague,
his pulse,
his ten,
his tongue,
in. but,
in. then,
in. when,
in bud,
in but,
in chief,
in fun,
in gas,
in love


3 syllables:
in a hole,
printa ble,
berlin wool,
login shell,
virgin wool,
richard l.,
allyn young,
assist us,
berlin was,
conflict as,
conflict has,
conflict on,
convince us,
exist as,
exist on


4 syllables:
vitamin pill



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