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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with satisfied:

3 syllables:
glass aside,
practice guide,
sprang aside,
status child,
dashed aside,
draft aside,
apple guide,
channel guide,
glass upside,
hannah cried,
hannah tried,
nation wide,
sarah cried,
sarah tried,
travel guide,
valid guide,
status byte,
status light,
status might,
status white,
black sulphide,
hannah smiled,
rapid slide,
sarah smiled,
shall abide,
shall confide,
slatted sides,
status line,
status while,
thought aside,
and decide,
class decide,
dragged aside,
had assigned,
shall decide,
staff decide,
stand aside,
cattle hides,
class assigned,
glance aside,
hannah sighed,
patent filed,
practice guides,
sarah sighed,
staff assigned,
bottom guide,
sarah stayed,
battle might,
battle right,
battle sight,
casts aside,
cattle might,
classes lived,
classes tried,
facts aside,
glanced aside,
had deprived,
had supplied,
masses lived,
patents filed,
practice finds,
that defined

4 syllables:
matter aside,
cannon fired,
strategy guide,
anger aside,
captain fired,
satisfy all,
satisfy him,
satisfy his,
status assigned,
status derived,
status inside,
status outside,
value aside,
matter assigned,
matters aside,
satisfy her,
satisfy needs,
status defined

5 syllables:
affidavit filed,
affidavits filed,
miranda tried

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