Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bola tie:

7 letters:
co ally,
do duty,
go awry,
no duty,
to duty,
to levy,
open by,
open my,
so busy

8 letters:
so lucky,
to a tee,
no money,
so fully,
so funny,
to fully,
to money,
who am i,
noted by,
voted by,
comit ii

9 letters:
how lucky,
so lately,
now fully,
cola seed,
so lovely,
to safety,
co lessee,
loaded by,
quoted by,
to redeem,
broken by,
coca leaf,
jonas lie,
motion by,
no relief,
nota bene,
notice by,
proven by,
soja bean,
spoken by,
to defeat,
to delete,
to repeat,
to supply

10 letters:
chroma key,
how lovely,
do believe,
lose money,
low relief,
social bee,
to believe,
to college,
to come by,
to deceive,
to receive,
to relieve,
anno mundi,
denoted by,
encoded by

11 letters:
throw money,
stole money,
those lucky,
whole duchy,
whole money,
close buddy,
close fully,
cow college,
gross money,
joe college,
known fully,
knows fully,
now believe,
shone dully,
shown fully,
slope dummy,
stone money,
those funny,
pagoda tree,
solar deity,
promoted by,
above agree,
above money,
alone fully,
lower money,
proposal by

12 letters:
glowed dully,
to cut teeth,
wrote lately,
broken knees,
glowed dimly,
local league,
showed dimly,
throws money,
dakota wheat,
i do believe

13 letters:
glowed eerily,
unknown deity,
alone achieve

14 letters:
sprocket teeth,
approach fully

Some other possibilities:

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