Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cumin seed:

2 syllables:
in deed,
pin feed,
cousin seemed,
in need,
in speed,
prince seemed,
since speed,
being read,
being tied,
dill weed,
ditch reed,
ditch weed,
drip feed,
his need,
his speed,
if need,
is need,
is read,
is tied,
it need,
it read,
lip read,
still need,
there need,
this deed,
this need,
this speed,
tick weed,
were tied,
which feed,
which need,
which read,
will feed,
will need,
will read,
being sealed,
bring seeds,
climb speed,
firing seemed,
spring seemed,
sprouting seeds,
swing speed,
thing seemed,
bridge seemed,
chill seemed,
click speed,
cliffs seemed,
drill speed,
in field,
it seemed,
its need,
its speed,
pierre seemed,
quick speed,
sheer speed,
ships seemed,
since each,
smith seemed,
still sealed,
still seemed,
there seemed,
were read,
were sealed,
which seemed,
with speed,
chris seemed,
is sealed,
paris seemed,
print speed,
signed sealed,
since field,
sprint speed,
this seemed,
twins seemed,
winged seeds,
winged speed,
winged steed,
can feed,
can read,
then read,
when read,
being deemed,
being freed,
being seen,
being wheeled,
firing field,
him seem,
hiring needs,
in feet,
in wheat,
its heat

3 syllables:
berlin seemed,
career seemed,
resin beads,
transmit sealed,
virgin field,
dinner seemed,
adding field,
growing need

4 syllables:
vitamin needs

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