Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prevalence:

3 syllables:
michael hulse,
cousin alice,
given us,
nissen huts,
paris cedex,
device since,
bison hunts,
brick office,
click office,
ditch defence,
given pulse,
hiring agents,
hiring office,
his agents,
his defence,
his guidance,
his office,
in defence,
in office,
isa bus,
little puffs,
michael fuchs,
paris office,
parish office,
swiss office,
this office,
visit us,
which office,
civil sense,
cousin helen,
device on,
flourish unless,
given an,
given on,
it unless,
little on,
middle fossae,
paris unless,
pivot on,
sheer malice,
shrivel up,
since alice,
there unless,
thing unless,
think alice,
with malice,
bring immense,
come uppance,
flood defence,
given its,
his essence,
his immense

4 syllables:
signif icance,
civil office,
until alice,
civil offence,
civil offense,
civil science,
berlin office,
career guidance,
career office,
citizen is,
clear guidance,
given a toss,
given office,
little alice,
little office,
manila office,
middle office,
official lunch,
regal office,
syphilis is,
trivia buffs,
unerring guidance,
appear unless,
career unless,
device unless,
frivolous suits,
given genus,
given offence,
given offense,
given science,
given unless,
little science,
little unless,
michael hutchence,
michael lawrence,
miller alice,
until helen,
commit offence,
extra guidance

5 syllables:
equivalent is,
official office,
religious science,
vanilla essence,
official licence,
official license,
official science,
religious silence,
suspicious silence

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