Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mai tai:

2 syllables:
quite high,
right eye,
white eye,
ride high,
bye bye,
flies high,
time high,
bright eyes,
buy time,
fligh high,
flight height,
flight time,
fly high,
height height,
high high,
high tide,
high time,
light tight,
light time,
night time,
quite tight,
right height,
right thigh,
right time,
thigh high,
white eyes,
blind eye,
high dive,
rides high,
buy side,
buy write,
bye byes,
crime might,
eye rhyme,
eye sight,
eye white,
fly line,
give the eye,
guy wire,
high five,
high life,
high light,
high line,
high rise,
high side,
high wine,
high wire,
ile ife,
knife fight,
knife file,
line height,
mine eyes,
mr. nice guy,
nice guy,
nine eyes,
spike height,
spire height,
style light,
the high life,
thigh while,
thine eyes,
time might,
while light,
wise guy,
bide time,
bite size,
bright ideal,
bright light,
bright line,
bright night,
bright shine,
bright side,
bright while,
bright white,
drive time,
fight fight,
fight might,
fight night,
fight right,
fight while

3 syllables:
provide high,
eye to eye,
acquire right,
briefly while,
briefly write,
chiefly white,
design height,
flying high,
sublime height,
tiger eye,
briefly tried,
compile time,
concise style,
delight while,
favourite types,
favourite white

4 syllables:
appetite might,
appetite while,
entire time,
exciting eye

Some other possibilities:

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