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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with declivitous:

3 syllables:
given us,
visit us,
brick office,
click office,
cousin alice,
hiring office,
his office,
in office,
isa bus,
paris office,
parish office,
swiss office,
this office,
which office,
pivot on,
visit twice,
given twice,
comet assay,
device is,
digit is,
given his,
given is,
giving us,
limit his,
limit is,
spirit is,
visit his,
visit is,
device has,
given as,
ligand assay,
limit as,
paris cedex,
spirit as,
spirit has,
being famous,
bring jesus,
built office,
click menus,
device on,
did jesus,
filled office,
fish genus,
flourish unless,
given an,
given on,
given up,
hills office,
his famous,
if jesus,
in jesus,
is famous,
is jesus,
it unless,
its office,
limit on,
limit up,
michael hulse,
middle fossae,
nissen huts,
paris unless,
print office,
sheer malice,
shrivel up,
since alice,
sized office,
skilled office,
spirit on,
spirit up,
still famous,
there jesus,
there unless,
thick mucous


4 syllables:
berlin office,
career office,
manila office,
until alice,
given notice,
deficit is,
adding menus,
appear unless,
asking jesus,
benign mucous,
bigger office,
career unless,
careers office,
cinema house,
doing office,
drawing office,
equipped office,
exhibit an,
inner office,
jewish office,
miller alice,
paying office,
signif icance,
their office


5 syllables:
employing office,
encourages us,
nondescript office


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