Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in stride:

8 letters:
is tried,
is dried,
it tried,
its wide

9 letters:
his bride,
his pride,
its trade,
inch wide

10 letters:
pin stripe,
were tried,
kiln dried,
drip dried,
were dried,
with dried,
fish slide,
with pride

11 letters:
since tried,
since dried,
ships tried,
chris tried,
paris tried,
quinn tried,
kings tried,
pinch dried,
whigs tried,
years tried,
fixed guide,
since trade,
being tried,
singh tried,
thing tried,
christ died,
mixed dried,
smith tried,
still tried,
there tried,
which tried,
tears dried,
build pride,
ships plied,
being dried,
jesse tried,
mixed trade,
since grade,
bring pride,
fixed right,
mixed right,
cibse guide,
click slide,
fiske guide,
sheer pride,
since crime,
since price,
smear slide,
still cried,
there cried,
will strike,
will strive,
linda tried,
lewis tried,
simon tried,
inlet guide

12 letters:
prince tried,
prince cried,
minced dried,
bricks dried,
fierce pride,
wicked pride,
french tried,
friend tried,
signed trade,
minced white,
fierce tribe,
quick strike,
which strike,
virgin bride,
cities tried,
bishop tried,
innate pride,
philip tried,
silver tried,
sister tried,
victor tried

13 letters:
quick strides,
springs dried,
zinc chloride,
pierced right,
fierce strife,
defense tried,
insight guide,
michael tried,
quickly tried,
richard tried

14 letters:
mitchell tried,
division tried,
official tried

15 letters:
committee tried,
religious pride

16 letters:
thiamin chloride,
commission tried

Some other possibilities:

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