Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with feverish:

2 syllables:
deep dish,
fried fish,
these fish,
creek parish,
each parish,
my wish,
pie dish,
they wish,
tree fish,
by fresh,
dry brush,
sweet rush,
three fresh,
beach ridge,
creek ridge,
green ridge,
leave which,
rete ridge,
sieve which,
sleeve which,
steep ridge,
teeth ridge,
weave which,
wheat ridge,
by firing,
by pouring,
cheese quiche,
key grip,
leave being,
leave there,
leave this,
leave with,
leaves him,
leaves his,
leaves in,
leaves is,
leaves it,
my trip,
queen wished,
seal ring,
seed drill,
sleeve being,
speed drill,
surely bring,
they bring,
vieux paris,
by rich,
key ridge,
very rich

3 syllables:
sabine parish,
achieve which,
believe which,
oblique ridge,
perceive which,
receive which,
achieve there,
achieve this,
achieved his,
achieved if,
achieved in,
achieved is,
believe being,
believe there,
believe this,
believe will,
believe with,
believed him,
believed his,
believed in,
believed it,
believes in,
believes is,
believes it,
conceive there,
conceived in,
conceived it,
creole fish,
deceived in,
guido kisch,
oblique fissure,
perceive there,
perceived in,
perceived it,
receive there,
receive this,
received him,
received his,
received in,
received is,
received it,
receives his,
receives in,
receives it,
relieved him,
receive fresh,
achieve his,
achieve in,
achieve it,
ancient parish,
believe him

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