Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with phenol:

2 syllables:
can all,
done all,
man all,
men all,
run all,
then all,
when all,
come all,
but all,
cut all,
duck call,
fuck all,
get all,
has all,
let all,
love all,
put all,
thus all,
up all,
was all,
can call,
can fall,
men call,
then call,
then fall,
when paul,
in all,
gum ball,
some call,
trunk call,
ban of,
but paul,
can of,
can or,
chuck called,
cup gall,
den of,
done of,
done or,
flood wall,
fun of,
fuzz ball,
gun or,
hen hawk,
lain off,
let fall,
man nor,
man of,
man or,
man whore,
men of,
men or,
must all,
non of,
pen of,
pen or,
puff ball,
ran off,
run of,
run off,
run or,
scion of,
sion of,
son of,
son or,
spun off,
sun of,
sun or,
ten of,
ten or,
then of,
then or,
tion of,
ton of,
truck hauls,
van of,
was hauled,
was paul,
was tall,
when half,
when of,
when or

3 syllables:
become all,
amid all,
unless all,
entrance hall,
becomes all,
extra small,
office small,
unless small,
alice paul,
bugger all,
cover all,
extra balls,
extra calls,
ion of,
other all,
sea wall,
tea ball,
urban or

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