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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with objectives:

2 syllables:
wrecked lives,
check clears,
check things,
clent hills,
death lives,
fresh tears,
lent ears,
mess tins,
swept hills,
where lives,
checked things,
spent lives,
wretched lives,
lend ears,
bell rings,
bread pills,
clair wills,
death fears,
death years,
fetch things,
fresh kills,
fresh pears,
fresh things


3 syllables:
objec tives,
collect tithes,
subject hears,
affect lives,
perfect lives,
project lives,
protect lives,
subject lives,
prevent tears,
recent tears,
suppressed tears,
affect things,
agent lives,
collect bills,
collect things,
complex lives,
connect things,
detect things,
direct things,
erect mills,
expect things,
perfect limbs,
perfect things,
project nears,
project years,
reflect things,
reject bills,
reject things,
respect things,
select hymns,
select things,
select years,
subject fills,
subject kings,
access skills,
assess skills,
assess things,
empress mills,
excess gibbs,
express fears,
express things


4 syllables:
detective whose,
effective as,
objective as,
objective whose,
respecting whose,
collective cause,
collective heads,
collective views,
defective verbs,
defective views,
detective shows,
effective cause,
effective dose,
effective noise,
effective phase,
effective these,
effective use,
effective ways,
objective cause,
objective phase,
objective views,
objective was,
perfective verbs,
projecting eaves,
protective homes,
reflective pause,
reflective phase,
respective halves,
respective heads,
respective heirs,
respective holes,
respective homes,
respective phase,
respective views,
subjective phase,
subjective views


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