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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ponied:

2 syllables:
do need,
now need,
one need,
to need,
who need,
now read,
to feed,
to read,
who read,
known needs,
no heed,
one needs,
one seed,
who needs,
cole seed,
float feed,
flow field,
known each,
low speed,
low yield,
now seemed,
one each,
slow speed,
soap weed,
sow the seed,
to breed,
to field,
to plead,
to shield,
to speed,
to yield,
two speed,
two wheeled,
who seemed,
bow knee,
coach needs,
growth needs,
known field,
known speed,
low heeled,
one field,
one knee,
one seemed,
phone field,
phone seemed,
should need,
stone beads,
stone field,
stone seemed,
those needs,
throne seemed,
whole needs,
whose needs,
would need,
cow meat,
to meet,
who meet,
cmo reit,
cow wheat,
do mean,
dough sheet,
flow sheet,
mo pete,
no mean,
so mean,
to beat,
to cheat,
to feet,
to mean,
two beat,
two feet,
bo peep,
bow piece,
co sign,
do feel,
do seem,
do these,
does each,
dough piece,
go deep,
go team


3 syllables:
alone needs,
none had,
body had,
above needs,
alone seemed,
alone yield,
approach needs,
cone and,
growing need,
lower needs,
thorough needs,
tony and,
unknown field,
women need,
zone and,
above each,
approach each,
endow these


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