Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blood feud:

2 syllables:
get food,
pet food,
much food,
some food,
u.s. food,
when food,
was viewed,
when viewed,
good food,
junk food,
chief foods,
fish food,
fresh food,
his food,
in food,
pure food,
them food,
this food,
where food,
which food,
with food,
but used,
get used,
buck toothed,
chief moved,
douglas moved,
doves cooed,
dutch moved,
has moved,
has ruled,
has used,
judge ruled,
men used,
much used,
mud room,
then moved,
then used,
thus used,
tongue moved,
truck moved,
was doomed,
was moved,
was ruled,
was used,
when used,
bird food,
but few,
spiced foods,
bien phu,
has few,
junk foods,
kung fu,
some few,
thumb moved,
being viewed,
is viewed,
press viewed,
smith viewed,
still viewed,
thing viewed,
were viewed,
but soon,
but truth,
but use,
chief fruit,
club root,
cut loose

3 syllables:
unless viewed,
diet food,
lion food,
other food,
bloody feuds,
fluid foods,
solid food,
alice moved,
become used,
mother sewed,
mother viewed,
office moved,
office ruled,
orange hued,
uncle moved,
unless moved,
provide food,
adult foods,
added new,
become fused,
cereal foods,
fibre foods,
frozen food,
human food,
little food,
novel food,
other foods,
staple food,
alum root,
colored foods,
extra fruit

4 syllables:
donated foods

5 syllables:
concentrated foods

Some other possibilities:

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