Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with baccivorous:

2 syllables:
the device,
the reverse

3 syllables:
dimer assay,
fischer assay,
still arise,
there arise,
which arise,
will arise,
clear ice,
silver assay,
cover ass,
liver is,
never arise,
river is,
river as,
river has,
fears arise,
filter assay,
his service,
river on,
things arise,
this service,
river twice,
can arise,
dinner is,
error arise,
finger is,
liquor is,
mirror is,
differ as,
differ on,
dinner on,
finger on,
ginger up,
limber up,
linger on,
liquor up,
mirror on,
a device,
clear his,
clear is,
cover ups,
covered ass,
covers ass,
ideal device,
nerve arise,
over us,
river house,
silver is,
clear as,
river was,
silver as,
being earnest,
being nervous,
bigger bucks,
bitter earnest,
cigar butts,
clear on,
clear up,
cysts arise,
dinner twice,
finger pulse,
gilles peress,
ginger nuts,
his earnest,
his nervous,
ill service,
in earnest

4 syllables:
deliver his,
clear serous,
conflict arise,
deliver an,
deliver on,
deliver up,
issue arise,
benign versus,
career versus,
consider his,
consider is,
consider as,
consider an,
above arise,
delivered his,
however arise,
delivered as,
adding service,
admin service,
appear nervous,
bigger office,
bitter juice,
career service,
cities arise,
conflicts arise,
delivered an,
delivered on,
delivered up,
disease arise,
ginger juice

5 syllables:
delivery is

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