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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gorsedd:

2 syllables:
for said,
or said,
all said,
or made,
or paid,
war made,
course aimed,
court said,
for aid,
force aimed,
force sailed,
george said,
lord said,
port said,
all made,
broad shade,
cross fade,
dawn raid,
drawn shade,
laws made,
sought trade,
straw braid,
though trade,
wrong shade,
or side,
force eight,
course have,
court made,
for safe,
for sake,
for sale,
for same,
for trade,
fore sail,
law made,
or failed,
or sale,
or trade,
score grade,
short tailed,
store failed,
store named,
store trade,
talks aimed,
thought stayed,
coarse grade,
corps played,
corps raised,
course failed,
course grade,
course named,
course played,
course raised,
court stayed,
for aids,
force failed,
force gained,
force named,
force played,
force raised,
force trade,
forced trade,
george stade,
george stayed,
horse named,
horse neighed,
horse played,
horse raids,
horse raised,
horse trade,
more sacred,
or raised,
or sacred,
source named,
though raised,
bar maid,
dad said,
for wide,
from said,
god said,
had said,
hath said,
jack said


3 syllables:
before said,
report said,
before named,
before trade,
export trade,
foreign aid,
reform aimed,
report aimed,
report made,
restore trade,
support aimed,
support trade,
transport trade,
enforce trade,
transports sailed,
along side


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