Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with drive by:

6 letters:
type i,
buy my,
eye fi,
ivan i

7 letters:
give my,
hide my,
like my,
type vi,
tai chi,
time my,
gave my,
have my,
save my

8 letters:
hive bee,
life sci,
sind die,
sine die,
while my,
write my,
high key,
wild bee,
may very

9 letters:
give thee,
give very,
hive bees,
fly worry,
life they,
like they,
might die,
might lie,
might see,
might try,
side they,
spike lee,
time they,
white lie,
wine whey,
five feet,
five leaf,
like very,
time been,
time very,
white tie,
give each,
high beam,
have they,
have very,
slave tty

10 letters:
light they,
might they,
night they,
price they,
right knee,
while they,
give these,
give three,
light beam,
might very,
prime beef,
white bead,
white bean,
high speed,
forgive my,
live a lie

11 letters:
clive dewey,
keyes beech,
light beige,
white beach,
white beech,
light piece,
night piece,
prime piece,
prize piece,
alive these,
alive three

12 letters:
white beauty,
gives beauty,
bright piece,
arrive three,
derive these,
derive three,
relive these,
revive these,
desire peace,
divine peace

13 letters:
bright beauty,
briefly three,
chiefly three,
admire beauty,
define beauty,
deprive these,
divine beauty,
forgive these,
survive these,
survive three,
describe each,
briefly speak

14 letters:
combine beauty,
sublime beauty

15 letters:
favourite piece

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