Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cichlid:

2 syllables:
prick blood,
quick blood,
stick blood,
thick blood,
big bud,
in bud,
limb bud,
with mud,
being loved,
bring blood,
chill blood,
dear loved,
his blood,
ill blood,
in a.d.,
in blood,
in flood,
is loved,
pouring blood,
spill blood,
spit blood,
spring flood,
there blood,
thing loved,
this blood,
touching blood,
which blood,
with blood,
drink blood,
sick abed,
still loved,
pig lead,
clip lead,
flip lid,
his lead,
limb lead,
skid lid,
this lead,
which lead,
with lead,
big lan,
big love,
here let,
is let,
kick butt,
trip let,
were let,
be in luck,
being judged,
being rubbed,
being shoved,
being tuned,
chewing the cud,
dick was,
did love,
ear buds,
fix on,
fix up,
glib tongued,
his leg,
his love,
his luck,
if love,
ill judged,
in love,
in luck,
is judged,
is love,
is tuned,
kicked ass,
kicked up,
kicks ass,
kicks up,
mix up,
pick me up,
picked on,
picked up,
picks on,
picks up,
piked on,
quick buck,
quick shove,
quick tongue,
shrill tongued,
sick man,
slicked up,
slicks up,
stick man,
stiff lung,
string tuned

3 syllables:
clear blood,
until blood,
virgin blood,
michael loved,
restrict blood,
sticky blood,
extra blood,
conflict as,
conflict has,
conflict on

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