Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adoptive:

2 syllables:
part iv,
john xiv,
copped it,
dropped his,
dropped in,
dropped it,
hopped it,
john iv,
opt in,
stopped him,
stopped his,
stopped in,
stopped it,
swapped in,
act iv,
art in,
art is,
block tin,
blocked in,
caste in,
caste is,
charles iv,
charles xiv,
chart in,
chart is,
clock tick,
cocked ear,
cocked his,
cops it,
cost him,
cost in,
cost is,
crop year,
crops in,
crops is,
dog tick,
dont il,
dopp kit,
drop kick,
drop ship,
drops in,
heart in,
heart is,
hops it,
host in,
host is,
huang t'ing,
knocked him,
locked in,
locked it,
lost him,
lost his,
lost if,
lost in,
lost is,
lost it,
most if,
most in,
most is,
part in,
part is,
part it,
shop with,
shops in,
socked in,
start his,
start in,
start is,
start it,
stop being,
stop bit,
stop there,
stop this,
stop with,
stops in,
tom tit,
top gear,
top with,
tossed his,
tossed in,
tossed it,
want him,
want his,
want in,
want is,
want it,
washed his,
washed in,
watched him,
watched his,
watched in,
watched it

3 syllables:
adopt in,
adopt it,
otto iv,
apart in,
depart in,
savoir vivre,
volume iv,
chapter iv

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