Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with enteral:

2 syllables:
be gentle,
great mental,
the mental,
through mental,
touch gentle,
youth mental

3 syllables:
center as,
center has,
center on,
centre has,
centre on,
enter an,
enter as,
enter on,
necked turtle,
shell turtle,
gender as,
render an,
dress circle,
edward l.,
hence arise,
press journal,
sector as,
sector has,
self fertile,
stair turret,
tenure as,
thence arise,
venture on,
whence arise,
where thermal,
a gentle,
a mental,
as gentle,
as mental,
center aisle,
center health,
centre aisle,
centre ville,
ideal mental,
of mental,
on mental,
slender stele,
better as,
better on,
center chief,
center was,
centered on,
centers on,
centre was,
enter young,
entered an,
entered as,
entered on,
enters on,
french journal,
french purple,
letter as,
letter has,
letter on,
mentor young,
necked turtles,
sector rural

4 syllables:
percent hurdle,
prevent neural,
affect arousal,
affect neural,
direct neural,
prevent thermal,
recent journal,
assess verbal,
complex neural,
director has,
excess thermal,
express verbal,
hotel circle,
on deck circle,
receptor assay,
tender appeal,
accept verbal,
affect thermal,
century a.d.,
century as,
century has,
century on,
defense journal,
direct thermal,
direct verbal,
penny journal,
percent urban,
perfect circle,
perfect thermal,
prevent urban,
professor raleigh,
project journal,
recent urban,
select circle

5 syllables:
primary neural,
professor merle,
regression neural

Some other possibilities:

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