Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with morsel:

2 syllables:
for rural,
george l.,
or rural,
though rural,
for al,
gore al,
horse skull,
por el,
small knoll,
for cell,
or cell,
or sell,
broad rural,
broad skull,
course an,
course as,
course has,
course on,
for bulk,
for san,
for some,
for such,
force an,
force as,
force has,
force on,
force up,
force us,
horse as,
horse has,
horse on,
more such,
nord pl,
or some,
or sub,
or such,
small rural,
source as,
source has,
source on,
strong rural,
taung skull,
coarse scales,
force pulse,
horse gulch,
score scaled,
score scales,
source pulse,
door bell,
for full,
for well,
half cell,
more well,
more will,
nor will,
or full,
or kill,
or pull,
or tell,
or well,
or will,
small cell,
torre delle,
war will,
doors on,
scores on,
all such,
board as,
board has,
board on,
board up,
bohr bug,
born as,
born on,
borne on,
borne up,
call such

3 syllables:
a f of l,
along rural,
among rural,
because rural,
before some,
before such,
explore some,
acorn nut,
along some,
among some,
among such,
because some,
because such,
before but,
before chief,
before judge,
before man,
before men,
before then,
before was,
before when,
before young

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