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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with perversely:

2 syllables:
verse by,
worse by,
her see,
her sleep,
birth three,
church by,
church key,
dirt pie,
durch die,
earth by,
earth three,
heard by,
heard my,
her beauty,
her cry,
her free,
her three,
her very,
hurt by,
hurt my,
learn by,
myrrh tree,
search by,
spurred by,
stirred by,
term by,
third by,
turn by,
turn key,
turn my,
word by,
word they,
work by,
work shy,
work they,
worn by,
worth three,
church league,
curse these,
first by,
first see,
first team,
first they,
first try,
fur die,
her by,
her knee,
her my,
her speech,
her sweet,
her they,
her why,
kaiser steel,
nurse these,
stern knee,
verse three,
works by,
worse these,
worth roughly,
first lien,
fur seal,
her leave,
her seat,
nurse leaves,
shirt sleeve,
works leave,
terms by,
terms they,
words by,
words they


3 syllables:
offer three,
offered by,
research by,
return by,
return key,
return they,
transferred by,
clear sky,
journal i.e.e.,
offer by,
offer my,
rehearse these,
research league,
research leave,
reverse sneeze,
reverse speed,
reverse sweep,
reverse these,
reversed by,
uber die,
offers cheap,
offers peace,
offers these,
offers three,
powers by,
varies by,
adder creek


4 syllables:
conferred by,
acquired by,
admiral dewey


Some other possibilities:

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See perversely used in context: 1 rhyme, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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