Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rigorous:

2 syllables:
big ass

3 syllables:
dimer assay,
fischer assay,
still arise,
there arise,
which arise,
will arise,
clear ice,
fears arise,
filter assay,
his service,
silver assay,
things arise,
this service,
bigger bucks,
cigar butts,
trigger pulse,
trigger twice,
liquor is,
can arise,
cover ass,
dinner is,
error arise,
finger is,
liver is,
mirror is,
never arise,
river is,
differ as,
liquor up,
river as,
river has,
differ on,
dinner on,
finger on,
ginger up,
limber up,
linger on,
mirror on,
river on,
bigger house,
clear his,
clear is,
figure is,
clear as,
figure as,
figure has,
quick nervous,
quick service,
risks arise,
being earnest,
being nervous,
bigger urban,
bitter earnest,
cigar butt,
clear on,
clear up,
cysts arise,
dinner twice,
figure on,
figure up,
finger pulse,
gilles peress,
ginger nuts,
his earnest,
his nervous,
ill service,
in earnest,
in service,
inner pulse,
its service

4 syllables:
deliver us,
conflict arise,
clear serous,
issue arise,
bigger office,
consider his,
consider is,
deliver his,
consider as,
consider an,
deliver an,
deliver on,
deliver up,
conflicts arise,
quickly arise,
adding service,
admin service,
appear nervous,
benign versus,
bitter juice,
career service,
career versus,
cities arise,
disease arise,
ginger juice,
inner office,
issues arise,
knowledge arise,
liberal house

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See rigorous used in context: 4 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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