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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coverage:

3 syllables:
cover his,
cover in,
cover is,
cover it,
dutch courage,
lover in,
lover is,
major ridge,
upper hinge,
upper ridge,
youthful courage,
covered ridge,
upper edge,
summer itch,
brother in,
brother is,
buffer is,
butter in,
butter is,
closer in,
color in,
color is,
colour in,
colour is,
fibre is,
greater if,
greater in,
greater is,
major in,
mature in,
mother in,
mother is,
other if,
other in,
other is,
other it,
rubber is,
suffer him,
suffer in,
suffer it,
summer in,
summer is,
supper in,
thither in,
usher in,
river ridge,
clover which,
cover which,
lover which,
rover which,
cover being,
cover its,
cover there,
cover this,
cover with,
covered him,
covered his,
covered in,
covered it,
hover there,
judge merhige,
lover being,
lover there,
lovers in,
major bridge,
rubber bridge,
summer bridge,
upper bridge,
covered bridge,
river edge


4 syllables:
added courage,
recover his,
recover in,
recover it,
cover image,
officer in,
officer is,
recover which,
adductor ridge,
color image,
colour image,
extra virgin,
greater courage,
mother courage,
mother image,
mutter courage,
other image,
quiet courage,
recover arrears,
recover its,
recover there,
recovered his,
recovered in,
upper adige,
upper image,
cover average


5 syllables:
recovery in,
recovery is,
recovered courage



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