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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in-kind:

2 syllables:
his kind,
in mind,
is kind,
this kind,
were kind,
which kind,
with kind,
being fined,
being lined,
being mined,
singh thind,
brick lined,
cousin lived,
did find,
his mind,
ill wind,
in child,
in wild,
is lined,
its hind,
still find,
strip mined,
thick wind,
this mind,
were lined,
which bind,
which find,
will bind,
will find,
with wind,
his hind,
in. wide,
in the mind,
in the wind,
its kind,
silk lined,
being filed,
being lived,
be with child,
chris smiled,
dear child,
dis child,
his child,
his wild,
is filed,
it lived,
queer child,
quick child,
sick child,
smith lived,
some kind,
swiss child,
there lived,
this child,
this wild,
were filed,
were wild,
which lived,
with child,
with wild,
can bind,
can find,
spring guide,
such kind,
then find,
was kind,
being blind,
drill guide,
firing blind,
his guide,
paris guide,
quick guide,
rousing minds,
spring tide,
swiss guide,
things lined,
this guide,
which guide,
will guide,
big blind,
chris sighed,
flip side,
his wide,
ill lived,
in lines,
in the wild,
is blind

3 syllables:
in a bind,
their kind,
adoring child,
chinook wind,
until child,
unerring guide,
blowing mind,
career guide,
minute timed,
inner child

4 syllables:
michelin guide

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