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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entresol:

2 syllables:
thus all,
has all,
was all,
but all,
can all,
come all,
cut all,
done all,
duck call,
fuck all,
get all,
let all,
love all,
man all,
men all,
put all,
run all,
then all,
up all,
when all,
must all,
his all,
is all,
la salle,
mess hall,
this all,
this hall,
fuzz ball,
was hauled,
was paul,
was tall,
bus or,
but paul,
can call,
can fall,
chuck called,
cup gall,
douglas sought,
flood wall,
gum ball,
let fall,
men call,
plus or,
puff ball,
pus sore,
roughness of,
some call,
stress of,
stress or,
then call,
then fall,
thus of,
toughness of,
truck hauls,
trunk call,
twice or,
twice sought,
when paul,
but small,
douglas called,
douglas calls,
dust ball,
just call,
must call,
must fall


3 syllables:
unless all,
amid all,
become all,
alice paul,
entrance hall,
extra small,
office small,
unless small,
possess all,
becomes all,
advice of,
advice or,
advice sought,
bugger all,
cover all,
extra balls,
extra calls,
extra sauce,
office of,
office or,
office sought,
other all,
sea wall,
tea ball,
acid salt,
added small,
albion small,
alice called,
amidst all,
arise false,
become small,
entrance halls,
office called,
office calls


4 syllables:
embracing all


Some other possibilities:

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