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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with saporous:

2 syllables:
stop us


3 syllables:
not arise,
copper is,
proper is,
vapor is,
shalt arise,
stars arise,
trois vertus,
dollar is,
doubt arise,
father is,
honor is,
latter arise,
longer arise,
matter arise,
nature arise,
occur is,
shall arise,
that arise,
thought arise,
water ice,
father as,
father has,
occur as,
sobre el,
father on,
knocker up,
occur on,
capture assay,
proper house,
copper was,
bloch ernest,
block versus,
cause nervous,
charter bus,
clock service,
costs arise,
father ernest,
father must,
father twice,
from service,
h. ross perot,
notch service,
occur twice,
parts arise,
prof. ernest,
proper judge,
proper tongue,
proper young,
spar hung,
square turrets,
stock versus,
watch service,
copper trust,
proper receipt,
proper stress,
proper trust,
stock purchased


4 syllables:
nonstop service,
proper juice,
proper office,
another is,
another as,
another has,
another on,
madame merle,
bodies arise,
causes arise,
losses arise,
nazareth house,
o'clock service,
often arise,
rarely arise,
response service,
capra hircus,
proper advice,
proper device,
proper essence,
proper focus,
proper habits,
proper locus,
proper notice,
proper police,
proper science,
proper service,
prosperous house,
topics arise


5 syllables:
another office,
properly arise


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