Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pitch pipe:

7 letters:
in type,
is ripe,
in cape

8 letters:
its type,
can type,
in shape,
was ripe,
his bike

9 letters:
skin type,
this type,
with type,
his spine,
itch mite,
with pine,
whip hide,
fish tape,
best type,
cell type,
grip tape,
some type,
then type,
fish lice,
fish line,
fish wife,
tick bite

10 letters:
which type,
rich rhyme,
swiss pine,
which five,
which give,
which lies,
which life,
which like,
which live,
which rise,
which side,
which time,
hitch hike,
phage type,
blood type,
this shape,
fish knife,
ridge line,
ridge tile,
which high,
their type

11 letters:
drill pipes,
which types,
which shape,
being wiped,
bitch right,
ditch fight,
ditch while,
flint types,
quick swipe,
skill types,
which guide,
which light,
which might,
which while,
which white,
witch might,
which price,
queer shape,
ridge might,
ridge while,
resin types,
their pipes,
object type

12 letters:
shrill pipes,
switch types,
bridge types,
script types,
spring types,
string types,
switch knife,
switch might,
switch while,
filled pipes,
bridge might,
bridge right,
bridge while,
parish might,
career types,
sewage pipes,
laying pipes,
content type

13 letters:
twitch height,
richard pipes

14 letters:
flourish while,
conflict types,
sewerage pipes

Some other possibilities:

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