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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with whiz kid:

2 syllables:
his bid,
his mid,
this did,
flip lid,
him did,
in mid,
it did,
king did,
skid lid,
still did,
there did,
which did,
is killed,
being killed,
gill lid,
smith killed,
there killed,
things did,
think killed,
were killed,
which killed,
with kids,
years did,
prick eared,
quick eared,
is geared,
risk it,
christ did,
disc is,
disk in,
disk is,
drink it,
flips lid,
his beard,
his king,
his kiss,
his skill,
his skin,
is feared,
is filled,
is king,
is mild,
risk his,
risk in,
risk is,
think it,
this king,
this skill,
being filled,
being piled,
being reared,
being signed,
big wigged,
cheque signed,
click build,
ditch filled,
drink in,
drink is,
fish kill,
flipped lid,
hit the bid,
ill willed,
in king,
in width,
inc. in,
ink in,
ink is,
it filled,
king sized,
link in,
link is,
meringue kiss,
milk in,
milk is,
niche width,
pig sized,
ridge width,
ship rigged,
silk is,
sink in,
smith signed,
sphere filled,
squib kick,
still build,
still feared,
still filled,
stitch width,
strip width,
there build,
there dined,
there filled,
there signed,
thick beard,
thick billed


3 syllables:
until mid,
until killed,
appear dimmed,
appear filled,
blowing lid,
career filled


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