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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with live up to:

3 syllables:
give unto,
like unto,
pilot who,
private home,
strike a blow,
dive into,
drive into,
give into,
driven those,
final two,
light approach,
might approach,
night approach,
price approach,
private coach,
private phone,
private road,
right approach,
rival those,
rivals whose,
slight approach,
style approach,
tyrant whose,
drive above,
dial tone,
drive alone,
drive below,
driven home,
eyelet hole,
might atone,
pilot hole,
pilot whose,
rival whose,
strike a pose,
bite into,
came unto,
david low,
file into,
flight into,
knife into,
life into,
light into,
line into,
patient who,
pile into,
ride into,
right into,
rise into,
said unto,
saith unto,
slice into,
slide into,
strike into,
ties into,
time into,
wine into,
write into,
final blow,
private homes,
private hopes,
private owned

4 syllables:
provided no,
alive somehow,
briefly below,
describe below,
design approach,
revival known,
survive somehow,
survive above,
arrive alone,
driven into,
private autos,
survive alone,
survive below,
divide into,
enquire into,
pliable dough

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