Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with litoral:

3 syllables:
butter up,
clutter up,
putter on,
s.a.e. journal,
stress arousal,
stress circle,
hut circle,
mud turtle,
brother as,
brother has,
bugger up,
can arise,
color as,
color on,
color up,
colour as,
colour on,
cover an,
cover as,
cover ass,
cover on,
cover up,
major u.s.,
mother as,
mother has,
mother hen,
mother on,
other an,
other as,
other has,
other on,
other u.s.,
other up,
pucker up,
runner up,
suffer as,
summer on,
greater health,
greater whole,
greater will,
sutter health,
blood curdle,
butter fudge,
butter nut,
butters up,
chalk circle,
cover rural,
deter young,
dull purple,
dutch journal,
front turret,
greater urban,
greater when,
gun turret,
major rural,
mural circle,
must arise,
muster up,
non verbal,
other rural,
stress circles,
trunk neural,
flushed purple

4 syllables:
extra thermal,
adult neural,
greater appeal,
sea turtle,
officer as,
officer has,
officer on,
become fertile,
brother eagle,
fuzzy neural,
human neural,
major appeal,
major hurdle,
mature apple,
mother eagle,
ocular pulse,
office journal,
other royal,
sea girdle,
summer isles,
theater heute,
uncle virgil,
upper bowel,
venuss girdle,
adult turtles,
adult verbal,
butter battle,
butter until,
clutter model,
fetal neural,
greater angle,
greater battle,
greater circle

5 syllables:
regression neural,
accurate verbal,
afferent neural,
efferent neural

Some other possibilities:

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