Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with total:

2 syllables:
so dull,
do sul,
lo cal,
low cal,
no cal,
do tell,
go tell,
now tell,
so tell,
who tell,
boat as,
boat on,
coat on,
dote on,
float on,
gros sel,
moro gulf,
note as,
note on,
pro tem,
quote as,
throat as,
to rural,
to ten,
vote as,
vote on,
wrote an,
wrote as,
wrote on,
wrote up,
stone stele,
cow bell,
do well,
do will,
flow will,
go well,
grow well,
how well,
how will,
mole hill,
no well,
no will,
now well,
now will,
one hell,
so full,
so well,
so will,
spoke ill,
to cell,
to fill,
to full,
to kill,
to pull,
to sell,
to well,
to will,
two full,
two well,
two will,
who fell,
who sell,
who will,
code as,
code has,
code on,
cow dung,
go dutch,
goad on,
load on,
load up,
now done,
ode on,
road as,
road has,
road on,
rode on,
rode up,
showed an,
showed up,
showed us,
slowed up,
to don

3 syllables:
blown a hole,
blows a hole,
plateau pulse,
promote an,
remote as,
shower gel,
croton oil,
promote rural,
quota shall,
remote rural

4 syllables:
canola oil,
capone al,
jojoba oil,
devoted whole

Some other possibilities:

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See total used in context: 15 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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