Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with uncork:

2 syllables:
dung fork,
bourbon court,
can talk,
can walk,
heian court,
then walk,
duck hawk,
hen hawk,
in fork,
jeune parque,
man mark,
tan bark,
drum corps,
some talk,
young court,
blood course,
can force,
can form,
chalk talk,
chief court,
deuce court,
douglas corp.,
duck walk,
dutch court,
gun port,
gut course,
judge court,
just talk,
man born,
man called,
men called,
much talk,
must talk,
pearson called,
pep talk,
ran short,
run short,
rural court,
scirrhous cord,
squirrel corn,
stress scores,
such court,
such talk,
sun porch,
then called,
u.s. court,
was talk,
when called,
when george,
when lord,
aidan clarke,
crown cork,
drunk or,
bourbon courts,
bouton dor,
bunge corp.,
can call,
can for,
can more,
done for,
done more,
front court,
front forks,
front or,
fun for,
fund or,
glen more,
gun for,
lunch or,
man for,
man more,
man walked,
men call,
men for,
men more,
parent or

3 syllables:
urban cores,
urban court,
helen corke,
become coarse,
afghan force,
greater torque,
ian thorpe,
ion source,
office chores,
office court,
unless court,
afghan horse,
ala cort,
chiron corp.,
entrance court,
entrance scores,
extent or,
extra chores,
extra course,
given torque,
ireland court,
orange court,
orange or

4 syllables:
assyrian court

Some other possibilities:

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