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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cherry red:

2 syllables:
press seemed,
well heeled,
chair seemed,
claire leaned,
claire seemed,
glare shield,
stare seemed,
where field,
well read,
claire reached,
share reached


3 syllables:
progress seemed,
success seemed,
barry and,
berry and,
carry and,
dairy and,
ferry and,
jerry and,
larry bird,
marie and,
marie lloyd,
marry and,
mary and,
mary said,
merry and,
o'hare field,
prairie and,
pretty hard,
terry and,
vary and,
weary and,
barry tried,
carey baird,
carry bread,
carry crude,
carry round,
carry trade,
dairy board,
dairy breed,
dairy herd,
dairy trade,
fairy bread,
fairy bride,
ferry rides,
jerry heard,
jerry rigged,
jerry tried,
larry tried,
marie cried,
marie heard,
marie tried,
mary had,
merry crowd,
merry round,
parry heide,
prairie gourd,
prairie horned,
prairie ronde,
series aired,
terry tried,
weary round,
access field,
address seemed,
ahead seemed,
any and,
any bad,
any food,
any good,
any need,
any old,
any side,
any third,
any word,
be any good,
belly and,
belly god,
betty and


4 syllables:
binary code,
canary bird,
canary seed,
library and,
library guide,
library housed,
library owned,
library showed,
primary and,
primary guide,
library board,
library card,
primary grade,
primary roads,
primary thread,
primary trade


5 syllables:
necessary and,
necessary guide,
necessary third,
necessary roads,
necessary trade,
salutary dread


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