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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abortive:

2 syllables:
george iv,
for hiv,
part iv,
form 1099-div,
form 1099 div,
court if,
court in,
court is,
fort in,
paul iv,
port in,
port is,
short in,
sort in,
sort is,
sort it,
sport in,
sport is,
quart livre,
short lives,
act iv,
for love,
frost heave,
or love,
board his,
board in,
board is,
chord in,
cord in,
cord is,
for dear,
lord did,
lord in,
lord is,
nor did,
or did,
scored in,
stored in,
sword in,
sword is,
war did,
ward in,
bore bit,
bore with,
born here,
born in,
born near,
borne in,
chore which,
core bit,
core gear,
corn in,
corn is,
corps in,
course if,
course in,
course is,
course it,
crore which,
cross stick,
cross still,
cross stitch,
crossed his,
crossed in,
crossed it,
door which,
door with,
doors in


3 syllables:
report in,
report is,
report it,
resort in,
support him,
support his,
support in,
support is,
support it,
transport in,
transport is,
record his,
record in,
record is,
record it,
adore being,
before being,
before hiring,
before there,
before this,
before were,
before which,
before with,
divorce in,
divorce is,
enforce his,
enforce it,
explore this,
explore which,
favour being,
favour there,
favour which


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See abortive used in context: 1 rhyme, 4 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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