Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with norfolk:

2 syllables:
dwarf oak,
cork oak,
cork oaks,
fort polk,
gall oak,
maul oak,
store phone,
war broke,
black folk,
board whose,
brawl broke,
broad jokes,
chord whose,
corps whose,
corpse whose,
course one,
course whose,
court whose,
cross stroke,
for bone,
for coal,
for those,
force one,
force whose,
form one,
forth those,
forth whose,
fourth those,
gaulle spoke,
georg ohm,
horse whose,
lord one,
nor does,
nor those,
north whose,
or bone,
or coal,
or does,
or goal,
or known,
or lose,
or mode,
or note,
or those,
score showed,
score shows,
short one,
sore nose,
source whose,
sport whose,
store known,
store shows,
store those,
stored whole,
stores whose,
storm whose,
sword whose,
thought broke,
bore hole,
bore no,
bore to,
coarse jokes,
core to,
corps broke,
court broke,
court spoke,
court to,
door to,
dwarf goat,
dwarf novae,
dwarf those,
for co,
for home

3 syllables:
laurel oak,
sorry folks,
adore those,
before known,
before shown,
before those,
bezoar goat,
explore those,
favour shown,
favour those,
record whose,
reform whose,
report whose,
restore those,
succor those,
support hose,
support one,
support whole,
water soak,
wherefore those,
before now,
before one,
before so,
before to,
before whose,
export to,
favour to

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See norfolk used in context: 21 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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