Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tumbrels:

2 syllables:
some drugs,
lump sums,
young bloods,
club drugs,
humour comes,
wales wales,
fun runs,
lung buds,
dum dums,
psalm tunes,
rural wales,
stress scales,
thumb brushed,
dumb bells,
club was,
comes as,
crumb brush,
crunch comes,
dam was,
dutch bulbs,
front comes,
parent comes,
parent loves,
sam was,
sum was,
tions tions,
tonnes tonnes,
young cousins,
loved ones,
pulse comes,
rural clubs,
rural slums,
thrust comes,
tongue brings,
trust comes,
blood brings,
tumour cells,
biens meubles,
club has,
come as,
front was,
fund was,
funds as,
hunt was,
lunch was,
man comes,
parent drugs,
parent was,
parents as,
some as,
some u.s.,
sten guns,
stun guns,
sum as,
then comes,
tongue brushed,
tongue comes,
tongue touches

3 syllables:
office murals,
assump tions,
allan dulles,
lumber comes,
number comes,
number ones,
urban plebs,
accent comes,
becomes as,
double hulls,
famous murals,
ireland comes,
number scales,
number was,
numbers as,
urban slums,
adult comes,
conduct comes,
product comes,
result comes,
office brings,
agents as,
become as,
bumble bees,
double as,
entrance was,
extra mural,
fibrous cells,
humble homes,
humble lives,
humble those,
hundred days,
ireland was,
mabel louise,
number as,
number has,
rebel whose,
summer bulbs,
trouble as

4 syllables:
assumption has,
consumption as,
consumption has

Some other possibilities:

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