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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rapids:

2 syllables:
map as,
laugh comes,
track comes,
at as,
at u.s.,
back as,
bad as,
black as,
brass studs,
class as,
class has,
fat as,
flat as,
glass as,
had as,
laugh was,
mad as,
mass as,
pass as,
path as,
plan as,
plan has,
sat as,
staff as,
staff has,
than as,
than has,
than u.s.,
that as,
that has,
that u.s.,
what has,
camp as,
cap was,
gap was,
laugh as,
map was,
black heads,
black hoods,
brass heads,
crack heads,
flash heads,
grass heads,
match heads,
staff heads,
track heads,
bad ones,
black clubs,
black colleagues,
black lungs,
black shales,
brass scales,
catch comes,
catch whales,
class comes,
crash comes,
dans les,
flash comes,
frank comes,
glass comes,
glass domes,
grass comes

3 syllables:
rapid as,
attack comes,
attack as,
happen as,
japan as,
japan has,
salad days,
valid as,
happened as,
happy as,
rapid phase,
rapid rise,
packet whose,
allen kneese,
anna was,
baron whose,
battle as,
battle whose,
brahman whose,
castle whose,
cattle whose,
channel whose,
classes as,
classes whose,
damage as,
damage has,
fashion as,
gamma phase,
gamma rays,
glasses whose,
japan comes,
lattice whose,
masses whose,
nation as,
nation has,
nation knows,
nation whose

4 syllables:
abraham moles

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See rapids used in context: 2 rhymes, several books and articles.

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