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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ascribed:

2 syllables:
class pride,
class tried,
frank cried,
grass dried,
had cried,
shall grind,
frank lived,
frank sighed,
last child,
and dried,
black child,
black pride,
class child,
class lived,
glass lined,
graham tried,
grant tried,
had tried,
staff tried,
that kind,
what kind,
and cried,
back side,
blacks tried,
class crime,
frank tried,
glass slide,
had dried,
slack tide,
takes pride,
that tried,
and child,
and find,
and kind,
and lived,
and mind,
and wild,
and wind,
blacks lived,
clans lived,
graham smiled,
grand child,
grant lived,
paths lined,
plans filed,
ragged child,
frank raised,
glass framed,
pork rind,
tasks aimed,
hang glide,
shall glide


3 syllables:
japan tried,
annie cried,
cassie tried,
danny cried,
hannah cried,
harry cried,
latter cried,
maggie cried,
sally cried,
sarah cried,
attached child,
enhance child,
suzanne smiled,
unplanned child,
nancy cried


4 syllables:
aphasic child,
diplomats tried,
really cried


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