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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spread eagle:

3 syllables:
any evil,
demi sel,
press seattle,
fresh legal,
share legal,
steady pulse,
thread needle,
thready pulse,
where legal,
shared legal,
pretty equal,
rural legal,
set equal,
still legal,
carry equal,
festi val,
petty morel,
pretty rural,
share equal,
where equal,
bread eaten,
carry pulse,
fenci ble,
fensi ble,
freddie young,
fresh needle,
heavy mulch,
henry raleigh,
kenny burrell,
steady young,
teddy girl,
breadth equal,
shared equal,
spend equal,
ex legal,
french legal,
henry l.

4 syllables:
unmet legal,
express legal,
possess legal,
defend legal,
eddie gaedel,
extend legal,
extra legal,
until legal,
possess equal,
pretty awful,
success equal,
binary pulse,
cherry apple,
every evil,
lesser evil,
maria del,
maria schell,
marie ursule,
penny royal,
prehensi ble,
primary pulse,
repair regen,
semi vowel,
terry towel,
the lesser evil,
their evil,
added legal,
ended legal,
accept legal,
affect legal,
better legal,
direct legal,
eddie haskell,
except legal,
extend equal,
percent legal,
perfect legal,
possessed legal,
prevent legal,
protect legal,
recent legal,
settle legal,
address legal,
any angle,
any legal,
carry legal,
commence legal,
complex legal,
gemini g.e.l.,
gregory gulch,
heavy diesel,
heavy legal,
jerry siegel,
jerry vogel

5 syllables:
necessary evil,
declared legal,
cigarette beetle,
library royal,
necessary evils,
primary neural,
declared equal,
dividend equal,
gabrielle spiegel

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