Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flavored:

2 syllables:
have heard,
grace heard,
phrase heard,
cape verde,
have earned,
have urged,
have hurt,
cage bird,
claims heard,
freight earned,
game bird,
grade earned,
jail bird,
james heard,
later earned,
later urged,
paper urged,
place served,
place third,
plate turned,
played third,
rain bird,
same word,
snake curled,
space served,
stage third,
state bird,
state turned,
stray birds,
stray words,
take word,
taylor urged,
trail herds,
weigh words,
whale bird,
brave words,
brave world,
gave her,
gave the bird,
grave words,
have burned,
have her,
have learned,
have served,
have termed,
have turned,
have words,
naive world,
save her,
slave turned,
slave world,
cries heard,
night heard,
ride herd,
pay dirt,
brain nerve,
day girl,
day work,
gay girl,
gray birch,
gray perch,
late term,
may learn

3 syllables:
always heard,
dabei wurde,
refrain heard,
always urged,
became merged,
became third,
complaint heard,
daily heard,
debate turned,
frigate bird,
jamie heard,
katie heard,
labor had,
later had,
later heard,
malay words,
malay world,
neighbor heard,
obtain third,
paper had,
prayers heard,
survey turned,
taylor had,
taylor heard,
today termed,
today world,
david heard,
davis heard,
favor and,
flavor and,
contain nerve,
delay curve,
female earth,
gerade durch

4 syllables:
carinate bird,
faraway world,
slavery had

Some other possibilities:

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