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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cycled:

2 syllables:
chile desde,
fine tuned,
flies buzzed,
quite rugged,
smile tugged,
strike comes,
eye could,
like old,
psyche could,
reich called,
reich could,
spike could,
strike called,
strike could,
eye can,
eye cup,
high blood,
hike up,
like an,
like as,
like on,
like us,
price scales,
psych up,
strike funds,
strike on,
strike up,
strike us,
white tulle,
knife edged,
light haired,
might end,
might tend,
right end,
tight end,
white haired,
white tinged,
wire haired


3 syllables:
briefly summed,
cycle and,
cycle leads,
cycle showed,
trial had,
chiefly filled,
five a side,
give a hand,
pilate heard,
prices had,
whydah bird,
wires hummed,
briefly called,
chiefly called,
strike a light,
affine hull,
bible and,
bible code,
bible leads,
bridle hand,
bridle road,
cycle are,
cycle as,
cycle in,
cycle is,
cycle of,
cycle on,
cycle whose,
final and,
final end,
final good,
final ideal,
final third,
final word,
idle and,
libel and,
rifle aimed,
rifle and,
rival and,
sheila could,
sheila laughed,
sheila would,
strike a chord,
title and,
title deed,
vital and,
briefly shared,
cycle called,
cycle caused,
cycle could,
cycle found,
cycle needs,
cycle rides,
cycle round


4 syllables:
a price on head,
dazai shundai,
arrival and,
finally had,
finally heard,
revival and,
survival and,
survival guide


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