Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with copied:

2 syllables:
do need,
no need,
now need,
now read,
one need,
to feed,
to need,
to read,
who need,
who read,
low speed,
no heed,
slow speed,
soap weed,
to plead,
to speed,
two speed,
mo pete,
to breed,
bo peep,
bow piece,
cole seed,
dough piece,
float feed,
flow field,
known needs,
low yield,
no peace,
now seemed,
one needs,
one seed,
sow the seed,
to field,
to peace,
to shield,
to yield,
two piece,
two wheeled,
who needs,
who seemed,
cow pie,
dope fiend,
growth speed,
hopes seemed,
known speed,
low heeled,
slope field,
whose speed,
to beat,
two beat,
cmo reit,
cow meat,
cow wheat,
dough sheet,
flow sheet,
kobe beef,
low beam,
now been,
plow beam,
to cheat,
to feet,
to meet,
two feet,
who meet,
co sign,
do feel,
do mean,
do seem,
do these,
does each,
go deep,
go team,
growth these,
how deep,
how these,
known each,
no mean,
no real,
no sign,
now feel,
now leave,
now seem,
now seen,
now these,
one each,
scherzo theme,
so cheap,
so deep,
so keen

3 syllables:
alone needs,
body had,
none had,
approach speed,
joe-pye weed,
joe pye weed,
lower speed,
slower speed,
above each,
approach each,
endow these

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