Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with upwards:

2 syllables:
but words,
chief words,
cuss words,
dutch words,
some words,
such words,
blood worms,
some birds,
tongue worms,
young birds,
young worms,
blunt words,
honeyed words,
hushed words,
loved words,
loves words,
plump birds,
rural worlds,
blood burns,
blood serves,
blood turns,
blunt terms,
chaebol firms,
chief terms,
crushed herbs,
dutch firms,
dutch girls,
dutch terms,
judge burns,
judge serves,
judge turns,
ken burns,
rural firms,
rural girls,
rural terms,
some firms,
some girls,
stem turns,
stress curves,
stress terms,
strung nerves,
such firms,
such terms,
sural nerves,
then turns,
touches turns,
trust terms,
u.s. firms,
young firms,
young girls,
bring words,
check words,
czech words,
dread words

3 syllables:
added words,
become words,
unless words,
extra words,
abrupt turns,
expel worms,
adult words,
color words,
colour words,
cruel words,
funny words,
muttered words,
other words,
play on words,
plural words,
quiet words,
royal words,
stuttered words,
upper thirds,
urban worlds,
utter words,
uttered words,
vowel words,
supply words,
upper worlds,
upward phase,
added terms,
adult terms,
allan burns,
ended terms,
office firms,
office girls,
office terms,
product terms,
product turns,
result turns,
unless firms,
urban firms,
urban girls,
urban terms,
adding words,
addressed words,
endearing words,
excess words

4 syllables:
a play on words,
accurate words

Some other possibilities:

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See upwards used in context: 2 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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