Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with discovery:

4 syllables:
discover early,
discuss early,
mysql query,
this summary,
discover beauty,
discover these,
discover three,
discovered by,
in summary,
quick summary,
christ every,
drink every,
kissed every,
missed every,
think every,
in hungary,
system early,
his every,
is every,
paris every,
risks every,
stick every,
this every,
trick every,
chicken curry,
discussed early,
in a hurry,
income varied,
income varies,
michael curry,
michael hurley,
missile early,
risen early,
system varied,
system varies,
bills every,
brings every,
build every,
built every,
cheered every,
cleared every,
climbed every,
cringe every,
cringed every,
dined every,
drilled every,
feared every,
filled every,
fills every,
hears every,
hills every,
his memory,
his misery,
its every,
killed every,
kills every,
lives every,
picked every,
pills every,
print every,
rings every,
script every,
shift every,
shipped every,
ships every

5 syllables:
discover any,
discuss every,
rediscover these,
career summary,
assist every,
enlist every,
exist every,
resist every,
enlisted early,
existed early,
enrich every,
whiskey every,
clear summary,
discuss salary,
dismiss every,
dispel every,
income every,
listed every,
listen every,
system every,
appeared every,
appears every,
convince every,
depict every,
eclipse every,
enriched every,
forbids every,
fulfilled every,
fulfills every,
fulfils every,
obliged every,
predict every,
rebuilt every

6 syllables:
francisco every,
resisted every

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