Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abusively:

3 syllables:
bis in die,
chris wrigley,
is simply,
switch ivy,
this simply,
being silly,
chris tilly,
chick kidney,
finish my,
giving my,
living by,
sitting by,
slipping by,
within my,
still lovely,
civic league,
fiir die,
fishing scene,
fishing these,
giving leave,
giving the lie,
his degree,
in sydney,
is guilty,
is indeed,
kissing scene,
linear leaf,
missing peace,
missing piece,
missing sheep,
missing teeth,
missing these,
missing three,
sir sidney,
smith sydney,
this decree,
this degree,
this indeed,
which imply,
within roughly,
his ally,
his heavy,
is heavy,
is lovely,
this heavy,
this lovely,
being simply,
cousin billy,
cousin willie,
cousin willy,
fishing fleet,
is quickly,
it simply,
kim ii,
missing leaves,
pierre villey,
slick willie,
smith simply,
swiss cities,
there simply,
thing simply,
were simply,
which simply,
will simply,
his safety,
is healthy,
kitchen lee

4 syllables:
appear singly,
appear silly,
asking silly,
arise singly,
rising early,
amin idi,
finish early,
giving early,
giving highly,
living wholly,
until nicely,
willis hawley,
within early,
within highly,
within newly,
progressive league,
abusive speech,
appear simply,
appeared singly,
asking simply,
career simply,
exist singly,
existing league,
existing lease,
growing singly,
subsisting lease,
until billy,
expressing my

5 syllables:
appearing early,
permitting early,
aggressive early,
consisting wholly,
existing early

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