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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with discover:

3 syllables:
gill cover,
his collar,
his lover,
smith cover,
spring cover,
stiff cover,
still cover,
switch cover,
this color,
which cover,
will cover,
wing cover,
is covered,
its cover,
quick cover,
thick cover,
arris gutter,
8 bit color,
bring color,
bring colour,
chris tucker,
dis pater,
drill collar,
drink other,
gear cutter,
his major,
his mature,
his mother,
in colour,
missed other,
pink collar,
skin color,
skin colour,
spring color,
stiff collar,
string color,
think other,
this major,
this mother,
tris buffer,
vis major,
vis major/,
which color,
wing collar,
with color,
with colour,
press cover,
years cover,
being covered,
brick color,
brick colour,
chris crutcher,
click color,
click other,
drift cover,
his culture,
his offer,
his other,
his summer,
his supper,
his upper,
his utter,
in clover,
is closer,
is other,
it covered,
it covers,
its color,
its colour,
pin clover,
quick color,
quilt cover,
ridge covered,
risks other,
since color,
sphere covered


4 syllables:
tissue cover,
adding color,
adding colour,
adoring lover,
assist other,
enlist other,
exist other,
olive color,
olive colour,
resist other,
until color,
access cover,
appear covered,
career covered,
clovis culture,
enrich other,
flying cover,
inner cover,
issue cover,
litter cover,
pillow cover


5 syllables:
residue cover


Some other possibilities:

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