Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reflexive:

2 syllables:
them give,
them live,
well give,
check drive,
next five,
sex drive,
else have,
steps have,
took five,
breath gives,
cell size,
check crime,
check might,
check right,
check while,
check write,
death drive,
death gives,
death lived,
deck light,
fence height,
flesh gives,
flesh side,
fresh chives,
friend drive,
glenn drive,
mesh size,
pledge drive,
press gives,
sell side,
share gives,
shared drive,
shell gives,
sketch gives,
spent five,
step size,
stretch drive,
web site,
where lived,
where wives,
sex slave,
tex. civ,
check style,
checks might,
checks while,
ex wife,
flex time,
hence gives,
necks while,
next time,
sense gives,
sex life,
steps gives,
text type,
wreck sites,
big five,
cells have

3 syllables:
reflex sight,
complex gives,
subject have,
access drive,
access gives,
cabell rives,
connect time,
direct tide,
ever give,
never give,
never live,
object height,
object type,
palette knives,
perfect height,
progress gives,
success gives,
their five,
effects have,
objects have,
projects have,
subjects have,
address gives,
complex light,
complex might,
complex right,
complex signs,
complex sites,
complex spike,
complex style,
complex while,
convex sides,
direct drive,
direct sight,
effect gives,
effect size,
object gives,
perfect sight,
perfect wives,
project gives,
select drive,
subject gives,
subject lived

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