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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with drip feed:

2 syllables:
lip read,
being read,
being tied,
dill seed,
dill weed,
ditch reed,
ditch weed,
his need,
his speed,
if need,
in deed,
is need,
is read,
is tied,
it need,
it read,
stick seed,
still need,
there need,
this deed,
this need,
this speed,
tick weed,
til seed,
were tied,
which need,
which read,
will need,
will read,
being freed,
bit field,
brick field,
click field,
drill field,
firing field,
freer field,
frigg field,
his field,
his seed,
in field,
in need,
is freed,
it feeds,
near field,
shear field,
ships seemed,
smith field,
split field,
spring field,
stir fried,
string field,
strip yield,
thick field,
this field,
were freed,
were read,
which feeds,
with field,
crisp fried,
shrimp fried,
strip fields,
cup tied,
his feet,
in feet,
this feat,
tip sheet,
with feet,
being deemed,
being sealed,
being wheeled,
bridge needs,
bridge seemed,
bring seeds,
chill seemed,
chipped teeth,
chris leaned,
christ healed,
click speed,
cliffs seemed,
climb speed,
cousin seemed,
did feel,
drill speed,
firing seemed,
him feel


3 syllables:
cumin seed,
adding field,
career field,
until freed,
virgin field,
berlin seemed,
career needs,
career seemed,
commit deeds,
cumin seeds,
equip these,
fulfill needs,
growing need


4 syllables:
committee had,
committee heard


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