Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ferried:

2 syllables:
well read,
were read,
belle meade,
cress seeds,
press seemed,
press speed,
well heeled,
where each,
air speed,
bread fried,
care needs,
chair needs,
chair seemed,
claire leaned,
claire seemed,
death freed,
fresh fried,
glare shield,
pressure feed,
rare breed,
stare seemed,
where field,
where seeds,
where speed,
good deed,
his seed,
in need,
dead heat,
fresh sheet,
stew meat,
death theme,
death these,
fresh sheep,
tell each,
them each,
wedge heel,
yet each,
a shared

3 syllables:
dairy herd,
jerry heard,
marie heard,
mary had,
parry heide,
access speed,
eddie heard,
excess speed,
express speed,
hemi head,
jenny heard,
jessie heard,
kelly heard,
progress seemed,
success seemed,
barry and,
berry and,
carry and,
cherry bird,
dairy and,
dairy herds,
ever read,
fairly heard,
ferry and,
henry had,
henry heard,
jerry and,
larry bird,
marie and,
marie lloyd,
marry and,
mary and,
mary said,
merely heard,
merry and,
never read,
o'hare field,
prairie and,
repair needs,
terry and,
their need,
vary and,
weary and,
weary heads

4 syllables:
binary code,
canary bird,
canary seed,
library aides,
library and,
library guide,
library housed,
library owned,
library showed,
maria had,
maria heard,
primary and,
primary guide,
primary heads

5 syllables:
necessary and,
necessary guide,
necessary third

Some other possibilities:

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