Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with leftover:

3 syllables:
bent over,
cent over,
sent over,
slept over,
spent over,
stepped over,
stretched over,
swept over,
went over,
wept over,
set over,
yet over,
bend over,
held over,
gets over,
pressure over,
spreads over,
head over,
air over,
edge over,
fell over,
step over,
them over,
left lower,
pressure roller,
where motor,
built over,
cooked over,
just over,
looked over,
rushed over,
ticked over,
tripped over,
air shower,
breath odor,
self loader,
share owner,
where homer,
where lower,
where owner,
but over,
cut over

4 syllables:
percent over,
extend over,
content owner,
direct owner,
object owner,
percent owner,
project owner,
select owner,
preferred over,
excess over,
prevent overt,
alain poher,
assess motor,
excess molar,
conflict over,
extends over,
settled over,
affect motor,
affect older,
affect voter,
bestow honor,
bestow power,
center owner,
collect solar,
content owners,
depressed older,
direct motor,
direct solar,
except motor,
except older,
expect older,
express lower,
getting over,
hotel owner,
motel owner,
object holder,
percent holder,
percent owners,
percent solar,
percent voter,
percept motor,
possess lower,
prevent older,
project owners,
protect older,
protect owners,
reflect solar,
respect older,
spreading over

5 syllables:
arresto mayor

Some other possibilities:

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