Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with incurve:

2 syllables:
swing curve,
pitch curve,
shear curve,
this curve,
thick curve,
it serve,
kick serve,
myths serve,
sheer nerve,
squid nerve,
still serve,
there serve,
thick nerve,
this nerve,
twill serve,
vhith nerve,
which serve,
will serve,
swing curves,
ninth nerve,
pin curl,
pitch curves,
shift curve,
since served,
thick curved,
thick curves,
bell curve,
can serve,
death curve,
delle curve,
hence serve,
sense serve,
spread curve,
stress curve,
being served,
being surveyed,
thing serves,
things serve,
fifth nerve,
grill serves,
his nerves,
in church,
in search,
in term,
in third,
in turn,
in verse,
in word,
in work,
it served,
it serves,
kiss curl,
lynne pearce,
prince heard,
ships served,
since earth,
since heard,
skills serve,
smith served,
spit curl,
still served,
still serves,
there served,
were served,
which served,
which serves,
winter urn,
years serve

3 syllables:
virgin curve,
inner curve,
transmit nerve,
drying curve,
flowing curve,
appear curved,
decay curve,
given curve,
inner curves,
linear curve,
contour curve,
progress curve,
growing nerve,
touching a nerve,
berlin work,
given nerve,
hit a nerve,
transmits nerve,
until served,
victor iv,
virgin birth,
virgin church,
within nerve,
content curve,
decline curve,
design curve

4 syllables:
residue curve,
condition curve,
nonlinear curve,
transition curve,
transmission curve

5 syllables:
acquisition curve

Some other possibilities:

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