Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with premarital:

3 syllables:
faire appel,
air shuttle,
where adult,
air bubble,
bare knuckle,
merit as,
mesha stele,
where double,
where uncle,
clair engle,
where hegel,
cecil raleigh,
cette double,
cheadle hulme,
claire huchet,
credit as,
credit on,
dressed couple,
era was,
era when,
fresh muscle,
metal hulls,
para nut,
press chapel,
press s.a.r.l.,
serum assay,
share office,
spare office,
tech bubble,
where alice,
where helen,
where russian,
bare metal,
chair until,
share little,
share rental,
share until,
spare little,
stare until,
where little,
where metal,
where until,
where adults,
air bubbles,
bare knuckled,
charred rubble,
check result,
chest trouble,
death result,
fresh trouble,
friend russell,
haired couple,
net result,
paired muscle,
paired nasal

4 syllables:
maria del,
assess fetal,
assess renal,
express subtle,
hotel shuttle,
maria schell,
unfair result,
sterile towel,
tea towel,
access tunnel,
assess muscle,
cadet chapel,
excess muscle,
possess double,
aware until,
repair until,
gerald durrell,
their adult,
affect fetal,
affect renal,
barry supple,
carry double,
credit table,
credit title,
credit total,
detect fetal,
detect renal,
direct fetal,
direct renal,
expect trouble,
letty russell,
marie canal,
narrow basal,
narrow canal,
narrow double,
narrow funnel,
narrow muscle,
narrow nasal,
narrow tunnel

5 syllables:
gabrielle chanel,
regression neural,
library adult,
primary adult,
american oil

6 syllables:
necessary muscle

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