Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with demurral:

5 letters:
in al,
in el,
in l.,
in le

6 letters:
ibn al,
in ref,
in rem,
is run,
it ran,
it run,
ear as

7 letters:
is dull,
is null,
imp gal,
with al,
in bulk,
dim sum,
him but,
him can,
him get,
him put,
him ten,
him was,
jim was,
pit run,
tim tam,
para el,
beer up

8 letters:
in rural,
dim bulb,
him full,
him tell,
him till,
him well,
him will,
rev. rul,
in wales,
him come,
him some,
him such,
him then,
him thus,
him when,
limb bud,
mill run,
will run,
comme le,
cheer on,
cheer up,
climb on,
climb up

9 letters:
his skull,
being run,
his pulse,
split run,
twig rush,
which ran,
which run,
cup morel,
cheer up/,
issyk kul,
in a hole,
appear as,
appear on,
career as,
career on

10 letters:
prince hal,
with rural,
shear hulk,
sheer hulk,
fin whales,
climbed on,
climbed up,
bell morel,
isaac hull,
richard l.,
career has

11 letters:
bring rural,
ridge rural,
where rural,
cliff stoll,
frits staal,
quick pulse,
thick mulch,
thick skull,
since rural,
build rural,
extra mural,
their rural

12 letters:
firing pulse,
spring gulch,
assist rural,
mosaic mural

13 letters:
pressure hull,
scouring rush,
his colleague,
growing rural

14 letters:
transmit pulse

15 letters:
encourage rural

Some other possibilities:

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