Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nosedive:

2 syllables:
does give,
those five,
nose dives,
to drive,
to thrive,
closed eyes,
coach drive,
could drive,
could give,
could live,
do give,
go live,
grove drive,
low five,
now give,
now live,
should drive,
should give,
should live,
so give,
to five,
to give,
to live,
who give,
who live,
whole drive,
whose wives,
would drive,
would give,
would live,
close shave,
could have,
should have,
to strive,
would have,
close ties,
close tight,
close time,
lose time,
whose time,
blows might,
blows right,
blows while,
chose might,
chose white,
close bite,
close fight,
close might,
close right,
close sight,
close thine,
close while,
close white,
coach gives,
could hide,
does fine,
flows might,
flows right,
flows while,
froze while,
glows white,
goes like,
goethe gives,
goethe lived,
grows light,
grows right,
grows while,
grows white,
growth gives,
hose pipe,
knows right,
lose life,
lose sight,
one died,
one gives,
prose might,
prose while,
rose like,
rose wine,
shown gives,
shows fight,
shows light,
shows might,
shows right,
shows while,
shows white,
slope gives,
stone gives,
those light

3 syllables:
alone drive,
a close shave,
above gives,
alone gives,
alone lived,
alone thrive,
approach gives,
lower drive,
over five,
suppose might

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