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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with borstal:

2 syllables:
horse skull,
broad skull,
nord pl,
taung skull,
corps still,
corpse still,
course still,
force still,
horse still,
score still,
shore still,
source still,
store still,
coarse scales,
coarse stuff,
for rural,
force pulse,
forced on,
forced us,
george l.,
horse gulch,
norse tongue,
or rural,
score scaled,
score scales,
source pulse,
store stuff,
though rural,
for al,
gore al,
por el,
broad rural,
small rural,
strong rural,
all still,
clause still,
coarse shell,
course will,
drawn still,
force will,
or skill,
sought still,
thought still,
thoughts still,
wrong still,
broad scales,
corps chief,
corps was,
corpse was,
course can,
course judge,
course was,
course when,
course young,
door swung,
false morel,
false tongue,
force but,
force can,
force chief,
force was,
force when,
force young,
forked tongue,
forked up,
fourth pulse,
george crile,
horse run,
horse was,
north wales,
short pulse,
small knoll,
small scales,
small stuff,
source can,
source was,
strong stuff,
wrong stuff,
board still,
coarse style,
court still,
courts still,
cross still


3 syllables:
before still,
divorce still,
along rural,
among rural,
because rural,
along still,
among still,
because still,
amongst us,
cordell hull,
divorce was,
encore quelque,
glaucous gull,
support rural,
transform rural



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