Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with orchid:

2 syllables:
cough blood,
draw blood,
though blood,
fork head,
cork up,
for blood,
fork up,
horn bud,
more blood,
more can,
nor can,
or blood,
or can,
or come,
store blood,
war can,
york as,
york has,
york on,
score scaled,
storm scud,
for good,
more good,
for dead,
for lead,
for wood,
fort hood,
horse head,
lord did,
nor did,
or dead,
or did,
or get,
or lead,
or wood,
short head,
war did,
cross cut,
door shut,
for but,
for gas,
half cut,
more but,
nor let,
or gas,
or let,
war but,
war gas,
all can,
all come,
board as,
board has,
board on,
board up,
bohr bug,
born as,
born on,
borne on,
borne up,
broad flood,
corn on,
course an,
course as,
course has,
course on,
court as,
court has,
court on,
cross blood,
door was,
door when,
doors on,
drawn blood,
draws blood

3 syllables:
withdraw blood,
absorb blood,
before blood,
encore comme,
georgia heard,
restore blood,
acorn nut,
before but,
along blood,
among blood,
because blood,
before chief,
before judge,
before man,
before men,
before some,
before such,
before then,
before was,
before when,
before young,
explore some

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