Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with demurral:

2 syllables:
prince hal,
his skull,
ibn al,
is dull,
is null,
bring rural,
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le,
in rural,
dim bulb,
imp gal,
ridge rural,
with al,
with rural,
shear hulk,
sheer hulk,
him full,
him tell,
him till,
him well,
him will,
pressure hull,
rev. rul,
where rural,
being run,
fin whales,
firing pulse,
in bulk,
in ref,
in rem,
in wales,
scouring rush,
spring gulch,
cliff stoll,
climbed on,
climbed up,
dim sum,
frits staal,
him but,
him can,
him come,
him get,
him put,
him some,
him such,
him ten,
him then,
him thus,
him was,
him when,
his colleague,
his pulse,
is run,
it ran,
it run,
jim was,
limb bud,
mill run,
pit run,
quick pulse,
split run,
thick mulch,
thick skull,
tim tam,
twig rush,
which ran,
which run,
will run,
bell morel,
comme le,
cup morel,
para el,
since rural,
beer up,
build rural,
cheer on,
cheer up,
cheer up/,
climb on,
climb up,
ear as

3 syllables:
extra mural,
their rural,
isaac hull,
issyk kul,
richard l.,
transmit pulse,
growing rural,
in a hole,
appear as,
appear on,
assist rural,
career as,
career has,
career on

4 syllables:
mosaic mural,
encourage rural

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