Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with push for:

2 syllables:
books or,
foot sore,
full bore,
good nor,
goods or,
look more,
took more,
book form,
book or,
floor or,
foot or,
full force,
full or,
good form,
good or,
hook or,
look or,
mood or,
poor or,
pure form,
pure or,
stood forth,
stood fourth,
wood or,
wool or,
pushed forth,
pressure or,
self or,
took four,
book store,
crook george,
floor board,
floor doors,
floor north,
floor porch,
foot fault,
full board,
full course,
full court,
full score,
good lord,
good sort,
good source,
looked more,
looks more,
mood board,
pull cord,
pushed off,
stood north,
brush or,
chief or,
fish fork,
fish or,
fresh force,
fresh or,
wish or,
bull horn,
floor formed,
floor forms,
full formed,
good horse,
looked forth,
looks forth,
pulled forth,
pushed north,
puts forth,
tour de force,
dutch door,
much more,
which bore,
which more,
which war,
air core,
air door,
air war,
beds or,
being more,
best or,
bit more,
books are,
bouton dor,
bring more,
brood mare,
bryn mawr

3 syllables:
during or,
europe or,
woman or,
sugar or,
accept or,
access store,
acids or,
added more,
adding more,
address or,
adult or,
agent or,
alvin schorr,
appear more,
arrest or,
assets or

Some other possibilities:

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