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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with defervesced:

2 syllables:
her best,
her chest,
her guest,
her nest,
der welt,
her left,
per cent,
bird nest,
first test,
her breast,
her next,
her wet,
her yet,
perch pest,
third guest,
work best,
worth estes,
nerve net,
firm must,
her fist,
her just,
her wrist,
nerve end,
church dealt,
church helped,
clerk checked,
cure dent,
earth helped,
her desk,
nerve heads,
nurse checked,
nurse helped,
nurse stepped,
per cents,
turn left,
words etched,
work went,
serve it,
nerve head,
birds nest,
burst tests,
church rests,
church text,
earth rests,
first tests,
her breasts,
perthes test


3 syllables:
dower chest,
drawer chest,
entre cette,
furry chest,
lower chest,
our best,
our guest,
clearly etched,
diverse sects,
flower scent,
lower left,
our left,
our tent,
preserve health,
research dealt,
research helped,
werner hecht,
deserve it,
observe it,
preserve it,
service at,
service it,
service ought,
service sought,
clear text,
dinner guest,
dower chests,
drawer tests,
feather nest,
fewer tests,
fire set,
further west,
honor guest,
huhner test,
layer rests,
lower breast,
lower set,
never guessed,
our blessed,
our next,
our text,
powder chest,
power rests,
power set,
power tests


4 syllables:
entire chest,
conveyer belt,
admiral hewett,
another guest,
another test,
entire breast,
entire set



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