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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unvaried:

2 syllables:
be varied,
be worried,
he hurried,
he worried,
she hurried,
through varied,
be denied,
be levied,
be married,
great bellied,
he denied,
he married,
red berried,
she married


3 syllables:
ever need,
ever read,
never healed,
never need,
never read,
never shied,
share varied,
are varied,
are worried,
as varied,
being hurried,
they hurried,
every each,
whether each,
a married,
are denied,
are levied,
are married,
better breed,
better field,
better seeds,
better speed,
better yield,
cells varied,
error field,
error needs,
fairer field,
friends hurried,
header field,
heather field,
leather leaved,
leather shield,
lesser breed,
lesser needs,
lesser speed,
letter needs,
letter sealed,
letter seemed,
measure field,
measure needs,
measure seemed,
measure speed,
mellard reade,
never deemed,
never freed,
never needs,
never seemed,
never yield,
pepper seeds,
pleasure seemed,
pressure varied,
seller needs,
terror seemed


4 syllables:
erie and,
never hurried,
professor meade,
success varied,
celery seed,
century a.d.,
century ad,
century had,
content varied,
effect varied,
every good,
every hand,
every ideal,
every shade,
every side,
every third,
every word,
feathery heads,
gregory and,
memory and,
memory showed,
never heeded,
never varied,
never worried,
pretty worried,
professor field,
professor seemed,
propeller speed,
their varied,
together seemed,
together yield,
treasury and


5 syllables:
libraries and



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