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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bid price:

2 syllables:
in rice,
with rice,
bit slice,
fish slice,
thick slice,
his prize,
its rights,
paris prize,
smith prize,
bring pride,
deer mice,
fish lice,
his pride,
his prime,
in mice,
is nice,
is spliced,
prince writes,
print rights,
rilke writes,
sheer pride,
since rights,
strict rights,
swift writes,
twin prime,
with pride,
mid rise,
build pride,
did write,
drill pipes,
his rights,
idée fixe,
id�e fixe,
pitch pipes,
quick writes,
script types,
shrill pipes,
singh writes,
smith writes,
spring rites,
still writes,
strip lights,
strip right,
which rights,
with rights,
bread slice,
bring grace,
click place,
cousin grace,
french rice,
his grace,
his place,
in place,
its rise,
lithe grace,
puffed rice,
queer place,
ridge trace,
sheer grace,
smith place,
spring place,
sprint race,
still place,
still trace,
there place,
this grace,
this place,
touching grace,
which place,
will place,
with grace,
drittes reich,
filled pipes,
his bride,
his bright,
in bright,
is bright,
its right,
quick bright,
shrill cries,
still bright,
there bright,
there writes,
this bright


3 syllables:
richard pryce,
adding spice,
in a trice,
mitchell reiss,
reprint rights,
restrict rights,
berlin writes,
bishop writes,
sticky rice,
unfit place,
added spice,
hotel meurice,
until grace,
appear bright,
commit crime,
until bright


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