Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tumble:

3 letters:
u l

6 letters:
xml ql,
con el,
kal el,
pl sql

7 letters:
pen pal,
gal pal,
skel ml,
hum bug,
rum bud,
bon bon,
bump up,
can but,
dump on,
jump on,
jump up,
man but,
men but,
pump up,
dam was,
dum dum,
gums up,
has but,
jam nut,
nem con,
sam was,
sum was,
sums up,
tam tam

8 letters:
comme le,
dev null,
rev. rul,
some but,
done but,
non vult,
plump up,
stump up,
then but,
trump up,
bum rush,
comes as,
comes on,
comes up,
drums up,
love but,
much but,
nem. con,
some can,
some fun,
some non,
some ten

9 letters:
dumb bell,
cup morel,
come full,
drum fill,
some well,
some will,
stem cell,
don budge,
come come,
come when,
deus vult,
dumb dumb,
gummed up,
plum duff,
some such,
summed up

10 letters:
young buck,
drummed up,
some young,
becomes an,
becomes as,
office but,
pewit gull

11 letters:
comme celle,
comme telle,
blood pulse,
flood pulse,
flung rural,
young rural,
budge budge,
dutch rural,
rural rural,
rural wales,
struc tural,
extra mural,
become well,
urban rural,
become such

12 letters:
stress pulse,
allan dulles,
qu'une seule,
become chief,
become young

13 letters:
stress scales,
become dulled

15 letters:
young colleague,
dutch colleague

16 letters:
douglas squirrel,
office colleague

Some other possibilities:

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