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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kindred:

2 syllables:
in blood,
in flood,
in bud,
in drug,
in shreds,
bring blood,
chewing the cud,
in a.d.,
pouring blood,
spring flood,
touching blood,
chill blood,
his blood,
ill blood,
prick blood,
quick blood,
spill blood,
spit blood,
stick blood,
there blood,
thick blood,
this blood,
which blood,
with blood,
end bud,
with dread,
limb bud,
print run,
big bud,
chilled blood,
chris shrugged,
ear drum,
in rural,
in the suds,
kick drum,
prince loved,
since blood,
sized blood,
skinned young,
smeared blood,
smith shrugged,
spilled blood,
this drug,
whin thrush,
winds up,
with drug,
with mud,
being rubbed,
in den,
in dna,
in dutch,
in ref,
in rem,
pinned on,
pinned up,
ringed up,
signed an,
signed on,
signed up,
skinned up,
winged cherub,
bring bread,
spring brood,
his bread,
in the lead,
in the mood,
is spread,
lisle thread,
pitch thread,
prince stood,
quick bread,
quinn stood,
ship bread,
tan spud,
thick bread,
thick thread,
this bread,
when blood,
with bread,
bridge truss,
bring rural,
brings blood,
christ loved,
cousin twice,
drink blood,
dripped blood


3 syllables:
virgin blood,
until blood,
winter bud,
children had,
children heard,
children need,
hindu blood,
olive bread,
until bread,
urban flood,
virgin stood,
akhil bharat,
as things run,
drawing blood


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