Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lateral:

2 syllables:
be fatal,
be grateful

3 syllables:
bay myrtle,
later an,
later arise,
later as,
later han,
later on,
place circle,
scale neural,
based neural,
state journal,
danger as,
labor as,
labor has,
labor on,
neighbor as,
paper as,
paper has,
paper on,
scale arise,
a fatal,
trade journal,
trained neural,
aiche journal,
brake thermal,
crape myrtle,
eight urban,
eighth circle,
faith journal,
flame kernel,
grain kernel,
grave circle,
laser pulse,
later chief,
later dutch,
later judge,
later was,
later when,
later young,
layer has,
layer on,
maize kernel,
may arise,
phase thermal,
plain circle,
plain journal,
plane thermal,
player has,
player on,
prague circle,
prayer as,
scale thermal,
stain purple,
state urban,
states arise,
train hurtled,
twain journal,
vague verbal,
wayne journal,
am grateful,
are grateful,
based journal,
based thermal,
eight circles,
faint purple

4 syllables:
delay neural,
conway zirkle,
female arousal,
layer neural,
became tearful,
create fertile,
create verbal,
estate journal,
female turtle,
later appeal,
later royal,
parquet circle,
always arise,
creature as,
layered neural,
became fertile,
became purple,
campaign journal,
create urban,
lorain journal,
paper towel,
papier colle,
prayer circle,
prayer journal,
remain fertile,
today arise,
estate circles,
female turtles

5 syllables:
commentator on,
aggregate urban,
commentators on,
japanese journal,
dilator muscle

6 syllables:
buccinator muscle

Some other possibilities:

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See lateral used in context: 8 rhymes, several books and articles.

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