Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with free time:

2 syllables:
key lime,
sweet lime,
sweet times,
three times,
by prime,
by ties,
by type,
lee tide,
meet eyes,
three prime,
very tight,
been times,
bleak times,
brief times,
east lyme,
feet high,
greek times,
green times,
meet eye,
peace times,
routine times,
sleep times,
speed times,
steel times,
street crime,
these times,
by name,
my name,
screen name,
they came,
thy name,
very name,
very same,
beauty shine,
bee line,
by fine,
by line,
by nine,
dry wine,
ley line,
my line,
real line,
sky dive,
they died,
tie dyed,
tie dyes,
tie line,
tree line,
very fine,
beauty might,
beauty while,
brief fight,
by five,
by life,
by light,
by like,
by night,
by right,
by side,
by sight,
by size,
by while,
by white,
by wide,
by wipe,
by wire,
clean knife,
clean night,
cream might,
dewey might,
die like,
dream might,
dry pile,
dry pipe,
dry white,
eel like,
feel like,
green eyes,
green knight,
green night

3 syllables:
entry times,
agreed times,
ancient times,
chinese times,
extreme times,
fourteen times,
machine times,
release times,
agree right,
as by right,
decree might,
degree might,
degree right,
degree while,
entry might,
entry while,
extreme height,
extreme highs,
extreme might

4 syllables:
pliocene times

Some other possibilities:

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