Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with azide:

2 syllables:
fat tide,
had died,
tans hide,
at side,
back side,
class ideal,
glass sides,
glass slide,
that side,
and died,
gang tide,
had dried,
shall guide,
tanned hide,
that died,
that guide,
that ideal,
that tried,
grass height,
jack cade,
not hide,
or hide,
scott heide,
that aid,
black kite,
class size,
glass eyes,
graham might,
laugh right,
sat tight,
shall light,
stack height,
that height,
track height,
at time,
black eyes,
black isle,
flat tyre,
had eyes,
laugh line,
laugh while,
shall live,
than nine,
that time,
that type,
what time,
what type,
raw hide,
black sides,
class child,
class ideals,
class lived,
class pride,
class tried,
glass eye,
glass lined,
glass slides,
grass dried,
hand side,
land side,
shall slide,
takes sides,
and dried,
and guide,
and wide,
at high,
black child,
black eye,
black pride,
catch eye,
frank cried,
glad eye,
graham child,
graham tried,
grand ideal,
grant tried,
had cried,
had filed,
had high,
had lived,
had tried,
hand guide,
hwang hai,
shall find

3 syllables:
enhanced ide,
abstract ideal,
classic guide,
classic ideal,
combat child,
japan tried,
latter ideal,
nature guide,
nature hides,
rather wide,
sally ride

4 syllables:
abraham might,
abraham lived,
really ideal

Some other possibilities:

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