Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ivories:

2 syllables:
drive these,
give these,
hive bees,
dried cheese,
fight these,
guide these,
light these,
like these,
might seize,
might these,
night these,
price these,
prize these,
right these,
sight these,
slice cheese,
slight these,
strike these,
style cheese,
style these,
time these,
tried these,
while these,
white cheese,
white geese,
write these,
dried reeds,
drive means,
drive needs,
drive seems,
drive wheels,
drives these,
gives these,
high seas,
high teas,
light breeze,
lime trees,
lived these,
might freeze,
might tease,
night breeze

3 syllables:
alive these,
deprive these,
derive these,
favourite trees,
forgive these,
relive these,
revive these,
survive these,
acquire these,
admire these,
advise these,
align these,
aside these,
assign these,
chastise these,
combine cheese,
combine these,
compile these,
confine these,
decide these,
decline these,
defied these,
define these,
delight these,
describe these,
design these,
desire these,
devise these,
divide these,
empire these,
excite these,
patronize these,
prescribe these,
provide these,
recite these,
refine these,
revise these,
rewrite these,
supplied these,
supplies these,
surprise these,
transcribe these,
unlike these,
alive means,
briefly these,
chiefly these,
deprived these,
deprives these,
derived these,
derives these

4 syllables:
expedite these,
families these,
reconcile these,
redefine these,
subsidize these,
summarize these,
verbalize these,
entire trees

5 syllables:
metabolize these

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