Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tumbrels:

6 letters:
sum as

7 letters:
dam was,
sam was,
sum was,
come as,
some as

8 letters:
fun runs,
dum dums,
club was,
comes as,
club has,
fund was,
funds as,
hunt was

9 letters:
lump sums,
lung buds,
front was,
lunch was,
man comes,
some u.s.,
sten guns,
stun guns,
agents as,
become as,
double as,
number as

10 letters:
some drugs,
club drugs,
dumb bells,
loved ones,
parent was,
parents as,
then comes,
becomes as,
number was,
numbers as,
number has,
trouble as

11 letters:
wales wales,
psalm tunes,
rural wales,
crumb brush,
dutch bulbs,
front comes,
tions tions,
pulse comes,
rural clubs,
rural slums,
trust comes,
number ones,
urban plebs,
urban slums,
adult comes,
bumble bees,
extra mural,
ireland was,
rebel whose

12 letters:
young bloods,
humour comes,
crunch comes,
parent comes,
parent loves,
thrust comes,
blood brings,
tumour cells,
parent drugs,
tongue comes,
assump tions,
allan dulles,
lumber comes,
number comes,
accent comes,
double hulls,
result comes,
entrance was,
humble homes,
humble lives,
humble those,
hundred days,
mabel louise,
summer bulbs

13 letters:
stress scales,
thumb brushed,
tonnes tonnes,
young cousins,
tongue brings,
biens meubles,
office murals,
famous murals,
ireland comes,
number scales,
conduct comes,
product comes,
office brings,
fibrous cells

14 letters:
tongue brushed,
tongue touches,
assumption has,
consumption as

15 letters:
consumption has

Some other possibilities:

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