Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fervor:

2 syllables:
heard her,
hurt her,
turn her,
her her,
served her,
wore her,
church church,
church heard,
earned her,
earth earth,
heard heard,
her birth,
her church,
her nurse,
her purse,
her search,
her shirt,
her third,
her turn,
her word,
her work,
jurors heard,
nurse heard,
turned her,
turns her,
urged her,
wurde durch,
younger birth,
younger church,
curve curve,
curved earth,
nerve nerve,
serve turn,
third verse,
drive her,
drove her,
gave her,
give her,
have her,
leave her,
love her,
move her,
prove her,
rev. ver,
birds heard,
birth birth,
birth dearth,
burned earth,
burnt earth,
church serve,
church urged,
church work,
clerk clerk,
crores worth,
curse word,
cursed earth,
earth worm,
earth worth

3 syllables:
offered her,
offer her,
amer. journ,
entre leurs,
lowered her,
offer curve,
power per,
pursue her,
returned her,
reverse search,
toward her,
unter kaiser,
obscure verse,
above her,
believe her,
forgive her,
receive her,
remove her,
adders fern,
adders wort,
alert nurse,
beaver fur,
bower bird,
b├ęzier curve,
clearly heard,
covered her,
dirty earth,
dollar per,
early earth

4 syllables:
encourage her,
offering her,
entire verse,
observer who,
concerning her,
considered her,
encouraged her,
entire church,
entire curve,
entire nerve

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

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