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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ungraceful:

2 syllables:
dev null,
gal pal,
pen pal,
rev. rul,
skel ml,
xml ql,
comme le,
con el,
deus vult,
douglas squirrel,
kal el,
pl sql,
stress pulse,
stress scales,
u l,
has full,
was full,
but fell,
but full,
c'est le,
can fill,
chuck full,
come full,
douglas still,
drum fill,
est le,
his skull,
is dull,
is null,
jeune fille,
just tell,
man fell,
men fell,
must tell,
shelf ful,
stress still,
then fell,
then fill,
thus will,
when full,
was fun,
blood pulse,
bus was,
bust ass,
bust up,
cup morel,
douglas was,
douglas young,
dust on,
dust up,
dutch colleague,
dutch rural,
fen phen,
flood pulse,
flung rural,
hus jan,
just an,
just as,
just has,
just on,
just ten,
just up,
much fun,
non vult,
phen fen,
rural rural,
rural wales,
some fun,
stress can,
stress was,
struc tural,
thrust on,
thus can,
thus come,
thus much,
thus put,
thus was


3 syllables:
extra mural,
office colleague,
advice still,
alice lisle,
alice still,
extra skill,
office still,
office will,
advice was,
alice was,
alice young,
allan dulles,
arise when,
become dulled,
entice young,
extra stuff,
office but,
office can,
office chief,
office was,
office when,
pewit gull,
qu'une seule


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