Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with studied:

2 syllables:
good deed,
blood heat,
but need,
cup tied,
tongue tied,
was tied,
can feed,
can read,
chief field,
douglas seemed,
duck weed,
has need,
has read,
man needs,
much need,
mud eel,
stress seemed,
then read,
was healed,
was read,
when read,
blood needs,
blood seemed,
sprouted seeds,
trust deed,
was deemed,
his seed,
in need,
were read,
but each,
can eat,
cut each,
cut teeth,
gas heat,
la tene,
let each,
much heat,
carob bean,
dna gene,
dung heap,
dutch cheese,
fa hsien,
has heen,
la reine,
love each,
men each,
plus sign,
ta lien,
then each,
thus each,
thus seen,
up each,
when each,
blood had,
by deed,
good deeds,
good seed,
in deed,
this deed,
but seemed

3 syllables:
advice seemed,
alice seemed,
dummy head,
extra field,
extra needs,
extra speed,
extra yield,
fully heard,
money had,
office seemed,
sea reed,
sea weed,
urban needs,
added field,
added speed,
bloody and,
bloody hand,
bloody heads,
studies had,
extra sheet,
extra teeth,
extra cheese,
extra leave,
extra piece,
extra wheel,
of a piece,
office scene,
acid head,
eddie heard,
la di da,
lah di dah,
asset needs,
deity and,
duty and,
duty paid

4 syllables:
emily heard,
italy had,
entity and,
entity owned,
equity and

Some other possibilities:

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