Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with numerous:

3 syllables:
views arise,
humor is,
tumor is,
groups arise,
new service,
queue service,
roots arise,
rules arise,
shoots arise,
room service,
future is,
ruler is,
suture is,
user is,
future as,
user has,
future on,
hoover up,
dimer assay,
viewer is,
tumor was,
food service,
group purchased,
group service,
group versus,
lule burgas,
news service,
school service,
school versus,
truth versus,
user must,
you purchased

4 syllables:
consumer is,
abuse service,
acute serous,
reduce service,
refuse service,
review service,
resume service,
tumors arise,
computer is,
producer is,
computer as,
computer has,
computer on,
acute nervous,
balloon service,
funeral hearse,
funeral house,
produce nervous,
acute versus,
computer buffs,
fewer service,
future office,
issues arise,
produce surplus,
producers ass'n,
reduce surplus,
sewer service,
uterus is,
values arise,
consumer trust,
human nervous,
humorous piece,
humorous sense,
humorous verse,
humorous voice,
issue arise,
resumed service,
tumor lysis,
tumor versus,
tumor virus

5 syllables:
confusion arise,
semilunar cusp,
absolute versus,
consumer abuse,
consumer advice,
consumer focus,
consumer habits,
consumer science,
consumer service,
consumer unless,
consumer versus

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