Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with configured:

2 syllables:
fig bird,
his word,
in word,
smear word,
this word,
which word,
with word,
did bird,
fifth third,
his third,
in third,
ling bird,
prince heard,
queer bird,
since heard,
things heard,
this bird,
this third,
years heard,
being heard,
chris heard,
is heard,
paris heard,
smith heard,
still heard,
there heard,
thing heard,
were heard,
with third,
bug word,
egg bird,
quick words,
bridge world,
bring words,
bring world,
freer world,
his words,
his world,
in words,
in world,
mere words,
paris world,
queer words,
queer world,
split words,
split world,
string words,
there words,
this world,
touching words,
which words,
witch world,
with words,
with world,
being burned,
being learned,
being merged,
being served,
being stirred,
being surveyed,
being termed,
being turned,
bridge burned,
chris turned,
christ turned,
clint turned,
cousin turned,
flip the bird,
in birds

3 syllables:
figure had,
until third,
figure and,
figure showed,
adding words,
benign world,
career world,
conflict turned,
dickey bird,
dicky bird,
endearing words,
in a word,
michael heard,
quickly heard,
their word,
until words,
until world,
virgin world,
appear blurred,
appear curved,
appear learned,
bishop heard,
career turned,
devlin turned,
doing bird,
familiar earth,
flying bird,
growing third

4 syllables:
commission heard,
committee heard,
encourage third

Some other possibilities:

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