Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reciprocal:

3 syllables:
bill russell,
brick rubble,
in renal,
ship canal,
smith russell,
split renal,
with renal,
singh duggal,
being double,
brick chapel,
bridge tunnel,
chick muscle,
chin muscle,
crick double,
ear canal,
fish fuddle,
his double,
in double,
in muscle,
is double,
linda schele,
lynn canal,
parish chapel,
printa ble,
quick double,
quick shuffle,
quinn chapel,
ring canal,
sheer muscle,
sized double,
spinae muscle,
swiss couple,
thick basal,
thick double,
thick muscle,
this canal,
this chapel,
this couple,
this double,
this muscle,
twitch muscle,
vikhe patil,
william hull,
william l.,
with double,
his struggle,
in brazil,
this struggle,
big trouble,
bring trouble,
flint rubble,
his knuckles,
his trouble,
in nepal,
in trouble,
killed uncle,
lipped mussel,
near the knuckle,
pierre grimal,
quick result,
since russell,
since uncle,
still result,
string result,
there trouble,
think uncle,
this result,
this trouble,
which result,
wicked uncle,
will result,
his uncle,
there huddled,
there result,
with uncle,
buick regal

4 syllables:
benign renal,
until renal,
appear double,
berlin tunnel,
career couple,
resin canal,
schuylkill canal,
until double,
lapin agile,
until trouble,
willy russell,
appear humble,
bishop russell,
impair renal,
nipsey russell,
philip russell,
until uncle,
afghan rebel

5 syllables:
communis muscle,
femoris muscle,
frontalis muscle,
mentalis muscle,
nasalis muscle

6 syllables:
subscapularis muscle

Some other possibilities:

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See reciprocal used in context: 11 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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