Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with behavior:

2 syllables:
saved her,
waved her,
gave her,
have her,
save her,
change her,
days per,
eight per,
failed her,
fake fur,
makes her,
named her,
placed her,
raised her,
rate per,
shakes her,
weight per,
have work,
have worn,
wave worn,
bade her,
bei der,
blame her,
day per,
face her,
gave birth,
hate her,
laid her,
made her,
make her,
paid her,
place her,
raise her,
said her,
shake her,
slave church,
slave girl,
stave church,
take her,
wake her,
have heard,
have hurt,
lay her,
pay her,
way her,
five per,
gives her,
brain work,
case work,
case worm,
days work,
frame work,
grape worm,
made worse,
main work,
make work,
maybe worse,
maybe worth,
paid work,
place worth,
plate worth,
same word,
same work,
stake worth,
tail worm,
take word,
tape worm,
trade worth,
ate dirt,
baked earth,
base curve,
brake fern

3 syllables:
always wore,
became rougher,
embraced her,
regained her,
behave worse,
became her,
betrayed her,
concave curve,
explain her,
persuade her,
regain her,
away her,
always work,
always worse,
always worth,
became worse,
became worth,
detail worth,
estate worth,
female worth,
always learn,
always serve,
attain birth,
avait toujours,
became third,
became tougher,
beyond her

4 syllables:
surrogate worth

Some other possibilities:

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