Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with biparous:

3 syllables:
might arise,
types arise,
beings arise,
higher ups,
lines arise,
price service,
rights arise,
times arise,
fiber is,
driver is,
higher is,
later arise,
minor is,
scale arise,
writer is,
writer as,
writer has,
higher on,
higher up,
writer on,
buyer is,
fire is,
may arise,
shapes arise,
buyer has,
fire as,
fire has,
bride service,
drive service,
eider ducks,
fire on,
fire up,
flight service,
guide service,
height versus,
higher pulse,
knight service,
knights service,
light service,
light versus,
night service,
price versus,
quite fearless,
quite nervous,
right earnest,
right service,
right versus,
rights service,
slight nervous,
slight service,
style service,
style versus,
tiger hunts,
while service,
white turnips,
white versus,
wire service,
writer ernest,
writer must,
paper is,
right permits,
style permits,
types versus

4 syllables:
chiefly arise,
excise service,
always arise,
designer is,
today arise,
fibers arise,
crises arise,
define service,
design service,
design versus,
divine service,
empire service,
fire service,
higher office,
likely arise,
minor office,
prior service,
provide service,
writer alice,
buyer purchased,
design permits,
entire truss,
fire office,
sniper attacks,
supplies purchased

5 syllables:
desires arise,
entire nervous,
entire service,
families versus,
entire office,
families purchased

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