Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lethal:

2 syllables:
bear all,
check all,
mess hall,
met all,
sell all,
set all,
spread all,
tell all,
them all,
well all,
where all,
yet all,
with all,
air ball,
bares all,
be the death of,
breath of,
cell wall,
dead ball,
dead fall,
dead wall,
death of,
death or,
dredge hauls,
end all,
etc. all,
ex all,
fair ball,
felt all,
hair ball,
head wall,
held all,
help all,
hence all,
kept all,
left all,
mess call,
mess halls,
net ball,
send all,
spend all,
spent all,
stair halls,
them fall,
went all,
wreath of,
death called,
death calls,
death falls,
death though,
heath called,
beer hall,
being all,
bring all,
but all,
can all,
come all,
cut all,
did all,
done all,
duck call,
fill all,
fit all,
flesh shall,
fuck all,
get all,
has all,
hear all,
here all,
him all,
hiring hall,
his all,
if all,
in all,
is all,
it all,
kill all,
let all,
love all,
man all,
men all,
put all

3 syllables:
possess all,
whether all,
accept all,
address all,
affect all,
carry all,
collect all,
possess small,
possessed all,
prevent all,
reject all,
roulette ball,
select all,
tea ball,
their all,
amid all,
become all

4 syllables:
together all

Some other possibilities:

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