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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with live down:

2 syllables:
shire town,
high grown,
night gown,
five towns,
clive found,
drive round,
lived out,
might drown,
mine own,
thine own,
write downs,
lived round,
prime donne,
shire towns,
bite wound,
bright brown,
bright crown,
bright round,
bright sound,
child ought,
crime found,
dried brown,
drive south,
find out,
flies found,
flies round,
flight bound,
flight round,
give your,
gives out,
grind house,
grind out,
guide found,
guile found,
high ground,
klein found,
knife round,
knife wound,
knight browne,
knight found,
light brown,
light found,
light grown,
light round,
light sound,
lined out,
might count,
might doubt,
might found,
might frown,
might mount,
might pounce,
might sound,
might wound,
mike brown,
mind out,
night found,
night gowns,
night round,
night sound,
price bound,
price found,
quite brown,
quite found,
quite grown,
quite round,
quite sound,
reich found,
right found,
right round,
right sound,
sight round,
slide mount,
slight brown,
slight doubt,
slight frown,
slight mound,
slight sound,
slight wound,
smile round


3 syllables:
chiefly grown,
derived nouns,
assize towns,
combine brown,
combine sound,
delight found,
describe nouns,
describe sound,
design found,
designed house,
desire found,
divine sound,
einstein found,
empire found,
leukocyte count,
provide round,
provide sound


4 syllables:
entire crown,
families bound,
families found


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