Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with goofball:

2 syllables:
food ball,
loose ball,
pool ball,
root ball,
stool ball,
stoop ball,
cue ball,
dew fall,
new ball,
you fall,
choose small,
few small,
smooth call,
threw small,
too small,
used all,
blue wall,
food hall,
loose balls,
moot hall,
pool hall,
proof walls,
soon all,
use all,
you call,
blue balls,
knew all,
proof falls,
threw balls,
true false,
view all,
you all,
proof shall,
bloom calls,
booth called,
booth calls,
bruce called,
freud called,
freud calls,
fruit called,
fruit falls,
fruit small,
fruit stall,
groove called,
groove walls,
group called,
group calls,
group falls,
group small,
groups small,
louise called,
moon calf,
proof vault,
proofs of,
prove false,
roofs of,
school called,
school calls,
school walls,
shoes called,
shoot small,
sloop called

3 syllables:
costume ball,
produce small,
reduce small,
refused all,
removed all,
removes all,
assume all,
costume balls,
exclude all,
foul ball,
produce all,
reduce all,
remove all,
saloon brawl,
review all,
sioux falls,
acute small,
assume small,
bedroom walls,
booty call,
cartoon called,
commune called,
consume small,
diffuse small,
exclude small,
fewer small,
music hall,
perfume called,
produce false,
produce galls,
raoul walsh,
reduce falls,
reduce false,
remove false,
remove small,
renewed calls,
saloon called

4 syllables:
molecule called

Some other possibilities:

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