Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with several:

2 syllables:
c level,
ds level,
hcpcs level,
ph.d. level,
ph level,
red devil,
s level,
she devil,
the devil,
the level,
through level,
youth level

3 syllables:
ever as,
ever has,
ever on,
never an,
never arise,
never as,
never has,
never on,
better as,
better on,
error arise,
error as,
error has,
error on,
letter as,
letter has,
letter on,
measure as,
measure has,
measure on,
measure up,
pleasure as,
seller has,
weather has,
whether an,
whether as,
whether on,
a cheval,
a level,
as level,
ever held,
ever tell,
ever will,
i level,
ideal level,
never held,
never tell,
never will,
o level,
on level,
on the level,
y level,
better rural,
clever man,
clever tongue,
clever young,
dress circle,
edward l.,
ever can,
ever come,
ever done,
ever get,
ever let,
ever put,
ever such,
ever was,
feather pulp,
hepar sulph,
letter a,
measure pulse,
necked turtle,
never can,
never come,
never done,
never get

4 syllables:
professor raleigh,
whoever has,
assess verbal,
every evil,
express verbal,
never a deal,
never able,
never appeal,
successor as,
together an,
together as,
together on,
affect arousal,
affect neural,
better able,
complex neural,
direct neural,
ether ethyl,
excess thermal,
hotel circle,
however arise,
lesser evil,
marie ursule

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