#1
I was playing one of my songs and was thinking that it might be better with out a chorus until the very end. so it would go verse, verse, verse, verse, bridge, chorus, chorus, outro.
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#2
If I had a song like that, I'd just class it into different "movements" as such. So movement 1 would be the "verse x 4" that you've put above. Movement 2 would be the bridge. 3 would be the "chorus". Outro would be the outro.

So songs like Stairway to Heaven and Fix You would fit into your above structure.
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#3
Actually, "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" by The Beatles is sort of like that. It's got an A-B-C-D structure, A being very verse-like, D very chorus-like, and B and C short "bridges".