Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with eyelids:

2 syllables:
bright hills,
bright tears,
drive ins,
life ins,
like kings,
white hills,
write ins,
style leads,
child hears,
high hills,
high winds,
right limbs,
theit lives,
tribe lives,
while tears,
while things,
white limbs,
white lives,
bright heads,
dried heads,
drive heads,
eye lens,
while its,
white heads,
white hoods,
write heads,
bright rings,
bright things,
bright wings,
bright years,
c.wright mills,
cried tears,
crime bills,
crime rings,
dried pears,
dried tears,
drive gears,
drive things,
fight things,
fine things,
five years,
life peers,
light beers,
light bills,
light fills,
light rings,
light things,
light wings,
light years,
like things,
nice things,
night fears,
night things,
night years,
nine years,
price swings,
price years,
prime years

3 syllables:
chiefly lives,
design lives,
prior lives,
smiling as,
unlike kinds,
female lives,
today lives,
acquire things,
acquire wings,
albite twins,
british as,
combine things,
decide things,
define things,
describe things,
design things,
desire things,
divide things,
divine hymns,
divine kings,
divine things,
divine years,
favourite hymns,
favourite things,
higher hills,
lying hills,
mighty hills,
polite things,
prior things,
prior wills,
prior years,
provide things,
provide years,
psychic cause,
quiet hills,
quiet tears

4 syllables:
signify things,
entire lives,
deciding whose,
entire years,
expedite things

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See eyelids used in context: 29 rhymes, 13 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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