Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with savagery:

4 syllables:
black hickory,
crash injury,
having early,
having hurried,
average journey,
calling early,
falling early,
frantic hurry,
massive early,
patrick curry,
planning early,
blast injury,
classic early,
having thirty,
having varied,
magic journey,
plant injury,
scalp injury,
snatch victory,
that victory,
tract injury,
travis hirschi,
at every,
brown hickory,
catch every,
class every,
class summary,
flash every,
from missouri,
glass every,
grass every,
had every,
match every,
scratch every,
sdram memory,
shall every,
smash every,
staff every,
that every,
track every,
what every,
average thirty

5 syllables:
combat injury,
savage irony,
bladder injury,
carriage every,
having every,
having utterly,
japan nearly,
manage every,
matter injury,
attack every,
combat every,
enough misery,
japan every,
surpass every,
average every,
having surgery,
massive injury,
savage butchery,
savage energy,
savage scenery

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Book See savagery used in context: 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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