Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with long-lived:

2 syllables:
all lived,
hmong child,
long wind,
strong child,
strong wind,
taung child,
though blind,
wrong child,
court lived,
cross slide,
george lived,
long ride,
north lived,
short lived,
strong side,
wrong side,
long live,
all kind,
brown lived,
cross mind,
cross wind,
fall wind,
for child,
for wild,
for wind,
or child,
or find,
or kind,
or mind,
or wild,
or wind,
small child,
taught child,
class lived,
doubt lived,
had lived,
house lived,
not lived,
scott lived,
south lived,
staff lived,
that lived,
drawn blind,
all died,
broad guide,
doors lined,
for wide,
half tide,
long lines,
or died,
or side,
small blind,
strong lights,
strong likes,
strong lines,
strong minds,
vault guide,
walls lined,
wrong lines,
being lived,
frank lived,
aunts lived,
gone live,
hawthorne lived,
strong light,
wrong light,
cross slides,
long life,
long line,
or hide,
or live

3 syllables:
longer lived,
among child,
along side,
author lived,
chaucer lived,
daughter lived,
story lived,
thoreau lived,
withdrawn child,
because child,
along paved,
along lines,
among lines,
among wives,
stronger child,
among light,
former lived,
along like,
along line,
along sides,
authors lived,
daughters lived,
longer blind,
longer guide,
morris lived,
shorter lived

4 syllables:
abraham lived,
laura lived

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