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

2 syllables:
still need,
will feed,
will need,
will read,
chill seemed,
drill speed,
still sealed,
still seemed,
being read,
being tied,
ditch reed,
ditch weed,
drip feed,
his need,
his speed,
if need,
in deed,
is need,
is read,
is tied,
it need,
it read,
lip read,
pin feed,
there need,
this deed,
this need,
this speed,
tick weed,
were tied,
which feed,
which need,
which read,
being sealed,
bridge seemed,
bring seeds,
click speed,
cliffs seemed,
climb speed,
cousin seemed,
drill field,
firing seemed,
in need,
in speed,
it seemed,
its need,
its speed,
pierre seemed,
prince seemed,
quick speed,
sheer speed,
ships seemed,
since speed,
skill needs,
smith seemed,
spring seemed,
sprouting seeds,
still deemed,
still needs,
still seem,
still seen,
still yield,
swing speed,
there seemed,
thing seemed,
were read,
were sealed,
which seemed,
will cease,
will seek,
will seem,
will yield,
with speed,
build speed,
chris seemed,
film speed,
guilt seemed,
hills seemed,
is sealed,
paris seemed,
skills seemed,
still see,
this seemed,
will see,
belle meade,
well read,
its heat,
its seat

3 syllables:
berlin seemed,
career seemed,
cumin seeds,
fulfill needs,
killer weed,
transmit sealed,
until freed,
billy heard,
billy seemed,
miller seemed,
until healed,
achilles heel

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