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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with curvey:

2 syllables:
firm may,
her day,
her way,
per day,
term may,
third day,
serve eight,
birth day,
church aisle,
church ale,
church have,
church may,
clerk ale,
earth day,
earth have,
earth may,
flour weight,
heard eight,
her case,
her days,
her face,
her faith,
her fate,
her gaze,
her late,
her maid,
her main,
her make,
her male,
her mate,
her name,
her pain,
her pale,
her play,
her race,
her sake,
her stay,
her tail,
her take,
her ways,
her weight,
herne bay,
nurse may,
per case,
per page,
shirt tail,
term day,
third age,
third hague,
third way,
turn have,
turn may,
verse eight,
word may,
work day,
work have,
work may,
worth eight,
younger days,
younger phase,
curve shape,
heard vague,
her age,
her aid,
her have,
nerve chain,
nerve pain,
served eight,
serves eight,
younger age


3 syllables:
ember day,
buyer may,
clear day,
ember days,
obscure rays,
offer shade,
offered eight,
offers eight,
our day,
our way,
power may,
research have,
research may,
return day,
flower vase,
observed eight,
offer eight,
preserve faith,
adder stage,
affirm faith,
afford shade,
astor place,
author may,
better way


4 syllables:
employer may,
entire day,
acquired eight,
another day,
another may,
another way


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