Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with uncork:

7 letters:
in fork,
can for,
fun for,
fund or,
gun for,
man for,
men for

8 letters:
can talk,
can walk,
hen hawk,
man mark,
tan bark,
can form,
gun port,
man born,
pep talk,
was talk,
drunk or,
can call,
can more,
done for,
front or,
lunch or,
man more,
men call,
men more,
ala cort

9 letters:
dung fork,
then walk,
duck hawk,
some talk,
can force,
duck walk,
just talk,
much talk,
must talk,
ran short,
run short,
such talk,
sun porch,
when lord,
done more,
glen more,
parent or,
extent or,
orange or

10 letters:
drum corps,
chalk talk,
gut course,
man called,
men called,
such court,
u.s. court,
crown cork,
bouton dor,
man walked,
ian thorpe,
ion source

11 letters:
heian court,
young court,
chief court,
deuce court,
dutch court,
judge court,
rural court,
then called,
when called,
when george,
bunge corp.,
front court,
front forks,
urban cores,
urban court,
helen corke

12 letters:
jeune parque,
blood course,
aidan clarke,
afghan force,
office court,
unless court,
afghan horse,
chiron corp.,
extra chores,
extra course,
given torque,
orange court

13 letters:
bourbon court,
douglas corp.,
squirrel corn,
stress scores,
become coarse,
office chores,
ireland court

14 letters:
pearson called,
scirrhous cord,
bourbon courts,
greater torque,
entrance court,
assyrian court

15 letters:
entrance scores

Some other possibilities:

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