Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cure-all:

2 syllables:
fur ball,
heard all,
her call,
her fall,
learn all,
serve all,
turn all,
work all,
worth all,
cure alls,
her all,
berg paul,
bird call,
burke called,
burke calls,
church halls,
clerk called,
clerk calls,
cure of,
curve ball,
dirt ball,
earth ball,
first all,
flour called,
girth gall,
her small,
learned all,
worked all,
juror shall,
spur fowl,
bird of,
bird or,
birth of,
birth or,
burn off,
church of,
church or,
clerk of,
clerk or,
crores of,
curl of,
curse of,
curve of,
dearth of,
earl of,
earle of,
earth of,
earth or,
earth thought,
firm of,
firm or,
firth of,
flour moth,
germ of,
girl of,
girl or,
heard aught,
heard of,
heard or,
her boss,
her door,
her fault,
her for,
her long,
her loss,
her more,
her song,
her talk,
her thought,
her walk,
herd of,
hurt or,
jerk off,
learn of,
nerve of,
nerve or,
nurse of,
nurse or

3 syllables:
observe all,
diverse small,
fire ball,
fire wall,
liqueur called,
offer false,
offer small,
prayer shawl,
return ball,
scattered all,
toward all,
borough hall,
fire hall,
obscure small,
offer shall,
confirm or,
embers of,
offer for,
offer more,
offers of,
on the verge of

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