Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prefixed:

2 syllables:
they liked,
brief fight,
they fight,
pie faced,
roughly fixed,
they faced,
three fixed,
whey faced,
beauty might,
by light,
by night,
by right,
by sight,
by white,
clean night,
cream might,
dewey might,
dream might,
dry white,
green knight,
green night,
grene knight,
key light,
lousy night,
my light,
my right,
my sight,
my white,
queen liked,
realm might,
roughly right,
routine night,
scheme might,
screen height,
see right,
steam might,
steep height,
stream might,
surely might,
surely right,
surely write,
theme might,
they might,
they write,
three light,
three might,
three right,
three white,
very light,
very night,
very tight,
very white,
why might,
worry might,
worry right,
yeah right,
brief flight,
brief light,
brief night,
brief white,
by flight,
clean fight,
creek fight,
free flight,
grief might,
leaf sight,
leaf site,
league fight,
speech fight,
street fight,
thief might

3 syllables:
idee fixe,
expressly fixed,
agree right,
as by right,
decree might,
degree might,
degree right,
entry might,
extreme height,
extreme might,
leafy shoot,
release height,
supreme height,
unreal light,
unsteady light,
belief might,
relief might,
sea fight

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See prefixed used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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