Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with studied:

7 letters:
mud eel,
in need,
can eat,
la tene,
ta lien,
up each,
by deed,
in deed

8 letters:
but need,
cup tied,
was tied,
can feed,
can read,
has need,
has read,
was read,
his seed,
but each,
cut each,
gas heat,
let each,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
has heen,
la reine,
men each,
sea reed,
sea weed,
la di da,
duty and

9 letters:
good deed,
duck weed,
man needs,
much need,
then read,
when read,
were read,
cut teeth,
much heat,
dung heap,
love each,
plus sign,
then each,
thus each,
thus seen,
when each,
blood had,
good seed,
this deed,
money had,
acid head,
deity and,
duty paid,
italy had

10 letters:
blood heat,
was healed,
trust deed,
was deemed,
carob bean,
good deeds,
but seemed,
dummy head,
bloody and,
of a piece,
lah di dah,
entity and,
equity and

11 letters:
tongue tied,
chief field,
blood needs,
extra field,
extra needs,
extra speed,
extra yield,
fully heard,
urban needs,
added field,
added speed,
bloody hand,
studies had,
extra sheet,
extra teeth,
extra leave,
extra piece,
extra wheel,
eddie heard,
asset needs,
emily heard

12 letters:
blood seemed,
dutch cheese,
alice seemed,
bloody heads,
extra cheese,
office scene,
entity owned

13 letters:
stress seemed,
advice seemed,
office seemed

14 letters:
douglas seemed,
sprouted seeds

Some other possibilities:

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