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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with carabid:

3 syllables:
farah aidid,
sarah added,
fat acid,
gamma acid,
had added,
staff added,
that added,
cassia buds,
had doubled,
laugh bubbled,
sarah loved,
laugh rumbled,
for added,
or acid,
or added,
and added,
frank added,
grant added,
rachel loved,
sarah alice,
sarah was,
sarah young,
wax acid,
arab chief,
cattle blood,
caval blood,
damage blood,
fragile blood,
grass rustled,
jacob loved,
plasma blood,
rapid blood,
sarah shrugged,
shall refund,
than doubled,
that trouble,
ada scid,
addle head,
avl lead,
brought added,
brown added,
cause added,
clause added,
doubt added,
flat headed,
house added,
locke added,
mad headed,
not added,
pause added,
scott added,
scratches head,
staff headed,
strong acid,
thought added,
black couple,
gang up on

4 syllables:
japan added,
harry added,
gallop ahead,
alfalfa aphid,
battle ahead,
classes ahead,
extract added,
fatty acid,
latter added,
maggie added,
matter added,
nature added,
pages ahead,
rather added,
sally added,
travel ahead,
value added,
wagon ahead,
sarah opened,
harris added,
labour added,
sarah handed,
sarah needed,
sarah nodded,
sarah noted,
sarah shouted,
sarah waited,
passage added,
arable land,
nature rebelled,
sarah believed

5 syllables:
really added,
carrier added,
fumaric acid,
fusaric acid,
glutaric acid,
tartaric acid

7 syllables:
ketoglutaric acid

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