Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with enormous:

2 syllables:
torn ass,
warn us,
for thus,
force us,
for ice,
for us,
form must,
more must,
nor must,
or ice,
or must,
tore ass,
war must,
warm ups,
called us,
calls us,
caught twice,
fought twice,
hauls ass,
though twice,
thought twice,
form his,
form is,
norm is,
storm is,
corn husk,
form as,
form has,
warm as,
warned us,
warns us,
all must,
call us,
cor de chasse,
core plus,
court twice,
for just,
for man,
for men,
for much,
forced us,
form an,
form on,
form up,
half ass,
haul ass,
laws must,
more just,
more men,
or bust,
or just,
or man,
or men,
or much,
or twice,
score twice,
store twice,
taught us,
thought must,
warm up,
court must,
force must,
law must,
saw us,
corn is,
horn is,
square roughness

3 syllables:
support us,
transport assay,
before us,
perform his,
reform is,
among us,
perform as,
reform as,
reform has,
before man,
before men,
export ass'n,
georgia house,
perform an,
perform on,
report twice,
support twice,
formal house,
formal lease,
format is,
forming assay,
hormone assay,
lowry assay,
norma joyce,
normal house,
norman house,
perform twice,
torah is,
trauma is,
before this

4 syllables:
reporter assay

Some other possibilities:

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See enormous used in context: 59 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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