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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with avise:

2 syllables:
gave us,
have us,
save us,
aid us,
glaze ice,
made us,
make us,
may thus,
phase assay,
plate assay,
stage assay,
take us,
bay ice,
have thus,
pay us,
rave ups,
saved us,
cave is,
drive us,
gave his,
give us,
grave is,
have his,
have is,
save his,
slave is,
wave is,
brave as,
gave as,
have as,
save as,
based assay,
freight ass'n,
gave an,
gave up,
have an,
have on,
have up,
lace ups,
make ups,
makes us,
may just,
name must,
played ducks,
rave on,
rave up,
save on,
save up,
tails assay,
wake ups,
weigh twice,
weight twice,
have just,
lay ups,
shave twice,
slave hunts,
age is,
aid is,
aim is,
ate his,
base his,
base is,
blade is,
brain is,
cake is,
came his,
case his,
case is,
chain is,
claim his,
claim is,
date is,
day this,
days is


3 syllables:
kinase assay,
persuade us,
forgive us,
behave as,
asia is,
exchange assay,
made a house,
make a house,
craven house,
david is,
gave a miss,
gave a toss,
always his,
always is,
away this,
became his,
betrayed his,
campaign is,
contain his,
create his,
debate is,
detail is,
domain is,
estate is


4 syllables:
jamaica house,
concentrate his


Some other possibilities:

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