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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abusively:

5 letters:
u nii

6 letters:
hui he,
u city

7 letters:
louis v,
to city,
to pity

8 letters:
doing he,
doing we,
hui shih,
music he,
new city,
q theory,
too busy,
to billy,
to chile,
to fifty,
to jimmy,
to sixty

9 letters:
amuses me,
baku city,
cebu city,
duke city,
eluded me,
food city,
louis vii,
louis xii,
loup city,
too risky,
too silly,
too weary,
to degree,
to merely,
to nearly,
to really,
to simply,
to sydney,
to theory,
using pcr

10 letters:
accuses me,
blue billy,
dunes city,
grew weary,
new theory,
putrid sea,
segou city,
too dearly,
too skinny,
too thinly,
to clearly,
to quickly,
tuning key,
who merely,
who really,
who simply,
you dearly,
you merely,
you really,
you simply,
zhu shijie

11 letters:
accusing me,
assuming he,
blue vinney,
drew pinsky,
loop theory,
louis xviii,
too clearly,
too quickly,
too swiftly,
une theorie,
used singly,
using three,
who clearly,
who quickly,
you quickly

12 letters:
bruce minney,
capulin tree,
fused kidney,
grew quickly,
including me,
move quickly,
move swiftly,
proof theory,
queue theory,
raccoon city,
truth theory

13 letters:
moved quickly,
moved swiftly,
moves quickly,
proved guilty,
viewed simply

14 letters:
balloon kidney,
introducing me

15 letters:
including three

20 letters:
leucocytozoon smithi

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