Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with backslide:

2 syllables:
shall slide,
back side,
blacks lived,
blank slide,
frank slide,
glass slide,
black pride,
shall glide,
block slide,
rock slide,
takes light,
wax light,
at side,
black slime,
blacks tried,
paths lined,
takes pride,
that side,
valve slide,
banks lined,
black sides,
blank slides,
class lived,
glass lined,
glass slides,
takes sides,
tanks lined,
and dried,
and guide,
and wide,
class pride,
class tried,
frank cried,
graham tried,
grant tried,
grass dried,
had cried,
had tried,
hand guide,
hand side,
land side,
staff tried,
valve guide,
tax paid,
blacks might,
clans lived,
cracks might,
packed light,
tans hide,
tracks might,
tracks right,
wax bite,
act like,
and died,
and lived,
apse line,
backs while,
bass line,
black flies,
black style,
blacks while,
frank lived,
frank tried,
gang tide,
graham smiled,
grant lived,
had dried,
jack snipe,
shall guide,
snacks while,
takes time,
takes while,
tanned hide,
that died,
that guide,
that tried,
thats life,
tracks while,
trance like,
blacks played,
block slides,
click slide

3 syllables:
enhanced ide,
advance slides,
matter slide,
japan tried,
abstract light,
attacks might,
attract light,
refract light,
also died,
answer guide,
attacks while,
enhance child,
jackie tried,
relax while,
suzanne smiled

4 syllables:
diplomats tried

Some other possibilities:

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