Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in service:

3 syllables:
being nervous,
his nervous,
quick nervous,
sheer nervous,
still nervous,
with nervous,
being serviced,
prince ernest,
concern us,
things arise,
fears arise,
firing circuits,
wiring circuits,
bridge circuits,
filter assay,
prince hermann,
print versus,
silver assay,
since urban,
switch circuits,
hence arise,
thence arise,
whence arise,
dimer assay,
hiring servants,
winds arise,
cysts arise,
dinner twice,
fischer assay,
ginger nuts,
his earnest,
inner pulse,
ninth circuits,
risks arise,
still arise,
there arise,
this surplus,
which arise,
will arise,
strung nervous,
glenn burgess,
glenn curtiss,
string searches,
was nervous,
aiming circle,
being purchased,
clear ice,
firing circuit,
his servants,
peers versus,
quick searches,
ring circuit,
rousing sermon,
skills versus,
strip searches,
thing purchased,
timber truss,
tinkers cuss,
winter was,
wiring circuit,
years versus

4 syllables:
appear nervous,
benign versus,
career versus,
appears nervous,
flying circus,
growing nervous,
appeared nervous,
benign circle,
conflict arise,
inner versus,
genus cervus,
conflicts arise,
deliver us,
felis serval,
ginger juice,
inner office,
interval is,
printer device,
become nervous,
urban versus,
adding circuit,
clear serous,
doing versus

6 syllables:
picadilly circus

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