Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reflexive:

7 letters:
ex wife

8 letters:
web site,
tex. civ,
sex life,
big five

9 letters:
them give,
them live,
well give,
next five,
sex drive,
else have,
took five,
cell size,
mesh size,
sell side,
step size,
sex slave,
flex time,
next time,
text type,
ever give

10 letters:
steps have,
deck light,
flesh side,
spent five,
cells have,
never give,
never live,
their five

11 letters:
check drive,
check crime,
check might,
check right,
check while,
check write,
death drive,
death gives,
death lived,
flesh gives,
glenn drive,
press gives,
share gives,
shell gives,
where lived,
where wives,
check style,
hence gives,
necks while,
sense gives,
steps gives,
wreck sites,
direct tide,
object type,
effect size

12 letters:
breath gives,
fence height,
fresh chives,
friend drive,
pledge drive,
shared drive,
sketch gives,
checks might,
checks while,
reflex sight,
subject have,
access drive,
access gives,
cabell rives,
connect time,
effects have,
objects have,
convex sides,
direct drive,
direct sight,
effect gives,
object gives,
select drive

13 letters:
stretch drive,
complex gives,
object height,
success gives,
projects have,
subjects have,
address gives,
complex light,
complex might,
complex right,
complex signs,
complex sites,
complex spike,
complex style,
complex while,
perfect sight,
perfect wives,
project gives,
subject gives,
subject lived

14 letters:
palette knives,
perfect height,
progress gives

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