Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with averse:

2 syllables:
black hearse,
at erst,
black earths,
black nurse,
black purse,
laugh burst,
laugh first,
shall curse,
shall nurse,
staff first,
staff nurse,
last verse,
trans verse,
cough worse,
drawn hearse,
straw purse,
at term,
black curve,
black earth,
branner earth,
flat earth,
had heard,
had hurt,
shall learn,
staff heard,
that earth,
that hurt,
that term,
that turn,
abbe ernst,
at first,
at her,
at worst,
back her,
black first,
black shirts,
brass works,
cap vert,
catch her,
class first,
class works,
crack first,
frank pearce,
glass first,
glass works

3 syllables:
anger is,
blacker house,
bladder is,
flanner house,
latter house,
latter is,
laughter is,
manner is,
manor house,
matter is,
nature is,
rather his,
rather is,
classic verse,
latter verse,
above verse,
compare verse,
enough versed,
extra verse,
abram tertz,
actor is,
after his,
after house,
after us,
alger hiss,
anchor ice,
anger hurts,
answer his,
answer is,
attack first,
attack works,
ballard house,
bangor house,
camphor ice,
cancer is,
capture assay,
catheter is,
chapter house,
chapter is,
factor assay,
factor is,
fannie hurst,
fanny hurst,
fracture is,
gathered his

4 syllables:
abraham heard,
abraham first,
barrier is,
carrier is,
gallery house,
gallery is,
grammar is

5 syllables:
alexander house

Some other possibilities:

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