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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cryptid:

6 letters:
in bud,
in ten,
is ten


7 letters:
big bud,
in a.d.,
big ten,
him ten,
his ten,
lift up,
lips as,
list as,
list on,
rip van,
rips up


8 letters:
limb bud,
with mud,
is tuned,
flip lid,
in blood,
king tut,
trip let,
built an,
built as,
built on,
built up,
ear buds,
in flood,
is loved,
is stuck,
list has,
piked on,
print on,
ship was,
ships as,
ships on,
exist as,
exist on


9 letters:
ripped up,
clip lead,
his stead,
his blood,
ill blood,
christ as,
christ on,
drift ice,
is judged,
kicked up,
picked on,
picked up,
pissed on,
pissed up,
assist us


10 letters:
slipped on,
slipped up,
tripped up,
whipped up,
press stud,
print head,
spit blood,
this blood,
with blood,
christ has,
dear loved,
his tongue,
ill judged,
kicked ass


11 letters:
being tuned,
whipped ass,
chris stood,
paris stood,
bring blood,
chill blood,
prick blood,
quick blood,
spill blood,
stick blood,
there blood,
thick blood,
which blood,
being loved,
shift assay,
clear blood,
until blood,
conflict as,
conflict on,
equip young


12 letters:
glib tongued,
string tuned,
being judged,
being rubbed,
being shoved,
quick tongue,
virgin blood,
conflict has


13 letters:
dripped blood,
split tongued,
pouring blood


14 letters:
shrill tongued,
touching blood


15 letters:
chewing the cud


Some other possibilities:

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