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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with corporeal:

2 syllables:
corn meal,
for steel,
fourth wheel,
george liele,
george peele,
or steel,
short wheel,
all real,
coarse cereals,
george creel,
or feel,
for real,
more real,
or real,
all steel,
claude steele,
drawn steel,
false keel,
gauge steel,
small steel,
strong steel,
harp seal,
lamprey eel,
for breach,
for brief,
shore breeze,
all feel,
board feels,
broad seal,
corn field,
corps field,
course deals,
course meals,
course reach,
course yield,
court deals,
court feels,
court reach,
court treat,
court tries,
doors sealed,
for green,
for marine,
force field,
force shield,
fourth deals,
fourth field,
fourth realm,
george feels,
george field,
george shiels,
george steele,
horse feels,
horse field,
horse wheeled,
north field,
north rhine,
north weald,
or cream,
or creed,
or greek,
or green,
or treat,
or trees,
shore marine,
short field,
short reach,
short steel,
short trees,
small wheel,
source field,
thong seal,
warp beam,
all heal,
board deals,
bohr niels


3 syllables:
among steel,
because steel,
border seal,
coors field,
export deals,
export field,
export steel,
forward deal,
mccall theal,
perform field,
record field,
record yield,
report deals,
report field,
story steel,
succor creek,
support field,
support trees,
transport field,
a raw deal,
before field,
before meals,
before peace,
before three


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