Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with verso:

2 syllables:
nurse who,
church who,
clerk who,
flour dough,
flour to,
girl who,
heard how,
her bow,
her co,
her do,
her go,
her low,
her no,
her now,
her to,
hurt to,
learn how,
spur to,
turn now,
wore no,
first to,
first who,
heard so,
her how,
her who,
nurse to,
nurse whose,
verse to,
verse whose,
work so,
worse to,
girls who,
hers to,
jurors whose,
bird to,
birth to,
birth whose,
burnt to,
church chose,
church to,
church whose,
clerk to,
clerk whose,
curve to,
curve whose,
earth those,
earth to,
earth whose,
firm to,
flour doughs,
fur coat,
girl to,
girl whose,
heard no,
heard one,
heard to,
her brow,
her coat,
her goal,
her nose,
her phone,
her robe,
her role,
her toes,
her tone,
her two

3 syllables:
alert to,
expert to,
expert who,
observe how,
offer no,
offer to,
recur to,
experts who,
power so,
offers no,
offers one,
offers to,
players who,
adjourn to,
afford no,
afford to,
buyer to,
clear to,
clearly how,
clergy who,
converge to,
deferred to,
deserve to,
elgar wrote,
expert whose,
fire to,
flower to

4 syllables:
employers who,
employer to

5 syllables:
entrepreneurs who,
entrepreneurs to,
entrepreneurs whose,
entrepreneur knows

Some other possibilities:

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