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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fly rod:

2 syllables:
high god,
died hard,
dies hard,
give odds,
like god,
sheik ahmed,
sheikh ahmed,
slight odour,
strike caused,
strike hard,
tried hard,
ride roughshod,
crime had,
eyes had,
life had,
light had,
line had,
may god,
might add,
mike had,
mine had,
night had,
play god,
pray god,
price had,
right had,
side had,
thigh pad,
time had,
tribe had,
white had,
wife had,
fine not,
pine knot,
white hot,
eye wash,
eyes are,
five are,
flies are,
guide dog,
high bar,
high top,
life are,
light are,
like are,
line are,
mice are,
mine are,
pye dog,
right are,
side are,
site are,
size are,
style are,
style lodge,
ties are,
time are,
type are,
while locke,
wife are,
eye had,
guy had,
high road,
hire and,
tyre and,
wire and,
bite guard,
blight caused,
buy from,
crime caused,
dive bombed,
eye drop,
eye from,
file card,
find god,
flight caused,
fright caused,
give the nod,
gives odds


3 syllables:
empire had,
chiefly caused,
empire caused,
design are,
supplies are,
acquire and,
admire and,
chiefly round,
desire and,
empire and,
desire not,
chiefly from,
decline caused,
design caused,
einstein argued,
emile bayard,
fire guard


4 syllables:
families had,
families are,
almighty god,
families caused



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