Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with air raid:

2 syllables:
deaf aid,
them made,
fair maid,
where eight,
chair rail,
deaf aids,
press aides,
press hailed,
sex aid,
stair rail,
them said,
well made,
well paid,
well said,
where have,
yet made,
czech trade,
death raised,
fair trade,
flesh trade,
fresh trade,
herein named,
press raised,
press trade,
pressure aimed,
pressure raised,
share trade,
shell trade,
spread trade,
therein named,
where trade,
can aid,
him made,
his aid,
his aide,
his said,
in aid,
is said,
such aid,
this aid,
this said,
u.s. aid,
will aid,
death eight,
them have,
them make,
well have,
yet have,
a shared,
are paired,
are shared,
care had,
claire heard,
floor raised,
for aid,
hair had,
here made,
stair rod,
there made,
there raged,
there raised,
were aimed,
were laid,
were made,
were paid,
were raised,
were said,
where had,
bears eight,
death rate,
spec rate,
tare weight

3 syllables:
their aid,
progress made,
accept trade,
affect trade,
depressed trade,
direct trade,
erect trade,
except trade,
expect trade,
hotel trade,
mary said,
percent trade,
prevent trade,
protect trade,
recent trade,
success raised,
unfair trade,
access aisle,
appear raised,
extra trade,
janet tried,
parry heide,
repair guide,
carry eight,
refresh rate,
repair rates,
success rate

4 syllables:
library aides

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