Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with radicular:

4 syllables:
static color,
blackish color,
blackish colour,
falling collar,
matching color,
matching colour,
phallic mother,
that hitler,
grayish color,
grayish colour,
standing collar,
traffic other,
attic culture,
plastic collar,
plastic color,
static culture,
fabric color,
had similar,
slavic culture,
traffic alert,
aging mother,
barring major,
canis major,
danish butter,
danish mother,
having major,
having supper,
manage major,
managed other,
massive cover,
nagging mother,
passing summer,
passive mother,
planning major,
planning summer,
savage mother,
tapping rubber,
active color,
classic culture,
frantic mother,
static number

5 syllables:
chromatic color,
chromatic colour,
ceramic fibre,
volcanic cover,
chromatic colors,
romantic color,
ceramic culture,
cyanic colors,
germanic culture,
attic orator,
attractive color,
attractive colour,
chromatic number,
elastic fibre,
elastic rubber,
romantic lover,
subtractive color,
subtractive colour

6 syllables:
diplomatic cover,
diplomatic culture,
diplomatic rupture,
schematic editor

7 syllables:
diplomatic editor,
diplomatic officer

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