Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with raw deal:

2 syllables:
all heal,
for real,
more real,
or real,
broad seal,
all feel,
all real,
or feel,
small wheel,
straw yield,
thong seal,
board deals,
broad field,
broad shield,
broad wheels,
claude steele,
clause deals,
thought deals,
at heel,
not heal,
back heel,
glass eel,
rock eel,
tar heel,
your real,
claw feet,
draw sheet,
for each,
for ease,
for heat,
half feet,
more heat,
moth eat,
or each,
or eat,
or heat,
or read,
saw these,
though cheap,
though nietzsche,
though peace,
though these,
yaw weed,
bod veal,
broad aisle,
ground hele,
had real,
mud eel,
sand eel,
all steel,
drawn steel,
for steel,
fought field,
gauge steel,
or steel,
short wheel,
small steel,
strong steel,
thought field,
ball field,
bohr niels,
broad beach,
broad bean,
broad cheek,
broad eaves,
broad piece,
broad reach,
broad realm,
broad sheet,
broad teeth,
broad theme,
corn meal,
cross field,
false keel,
for deep,
for field

3 syllables:
glory hole,
mccall theal,
tawny owl,
record deals,
along each,
amoss sign,
because each,
before each,
withdraw these,
among steel,
because steel,
default field,
walter ealeigh,
water seal,
water wheel,
along field,
among field,
bawdy house,
because field,
before field,
before meals

4 syllables:
award deals

5 syllables:
exploratory holes,
exploratory well

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