Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bona fide:

3 syllables:
blown aside,
thrown aside,
cloak aside,
cloth aside,
throws aside,
to decide,
to reside,
who decide,
who reside,
shown upside,
so defined,
throw aside,
to abide,
flown a kite,
roman ideal,
clothes aside,
could abide,
could decide,
do provide,
global guide,
jokes aside,
josiah child,
local guide,
motion guide,
noble ideal,
notes aside,
open side,
open wide,
quota assigned,
rolled aside,
should abide,
should decide,
so designed,
social ideal,
those assigned,
thrown alive,
to define,
to preside,
to provide,
to refine,
who decides,
who designed,
who provide,
who supplied,
would abide,
would decide,
motion filed,
notice filed,
scope defined,
those defined,
to defy,
roman knight,
showed delayed,
to divide,
woe betide,
broken night,
focal light,
frozen night,
global light,
josiah white,
local light,
mobile light,
noble height,
noble light,
quota might,
to recite,
total height,
total light,
zones defined

4 syllables:
alone decide,
going aside,
throwing aside,
above assigned,
alone afford,
alone offered,
above defined,
alone decides,
alone define,
alone provide,
alone resides,
alone supplied,
approach defined,
bolan fired,
joanna sighed,
joanna tried,
notion aside,
to turn aside,
unbroken night

5 syllables:
baconian ideal

Some other possibilities:

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