Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sectile:

2 syllables:
c'est le,
est le,
et al,
et l',
et le,
cette seule,
hair gel,
pressure hull,
shelf ful,
where rural,
beth el,
brent knoll,
check pulse,
checked on,
ex rel,
para el,
wrecked on,
et les,
press still,
sex cell,
them till,
check dam,
bell morel,
belt up,
bent on,
best as,
best on,
c'est un,
cent as,
cent on,
check nut,
check was,
checks on,
chest as,
cleft tongue,
crept up,
deck was,
dwelt on,
est en,
est un,
est une,
felt an

3 syllables:
convex hull,
affect on,
affect us,
connect up,
convex hulls,
direct assay,
effect an,
effect as,
effect has,
effect on,
expect an,
expect us,
object as,
object has,
object on,
perfect as,
project as,
project has,
project on,
protect us,
reflect an,
reflect on,
respect as,
select an,
subject as,
subject has,
subject on,
affect rural,
protect rural,
select pulse,
access still,
possess still,
progress still,
success still,
accept an,
accept as,
accessed on,
agent as,
agent has,
agent on,
assess pulse,
assessed as,
assessed on,
complex as,
content as,
content has,
content on,
demi sel,
except an,
except as,
except on,
excess rural,
expressed an,
expressed as,
expressed on

4 syllables:
collected all,
connected whole,
rejected all

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