Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deified:

2 syllables:
by side,
by wide,
free ride,
lee tide,
my guide,
my side,
surely guide,
they died,
tie dyed,
very wide,
brief filed,
brief guide,
they find,
brief fight,
they fight,
beale isoud,
by fine,
by five,
by kind,
by wild,
by wind,
deep dyed,
each child,
each side,
feet wide,
greek ideal,
green guide,
green hides,
key file,
my child,
my kind,
my mind,
my pride,
neap tide,
please guide,
queen hynde,
steel guide,
steel lined,
street guide,
teach child,
these ideal,
they cried,
they lived,
they tried,
three sides,
thy mind,
tree lined,
very fine,
very kind,
weak side,
beauty ideal,
been filed,
sheet filed,
teeth filed,
by said,
my said,
sleep aid,
speech aid,
they laid,
they made,
they paid,
they said,
tied aid,
beauty might,
by light,
by night,
by right,
by sight,
by white,
clean night,
cream might,
dewey might,
dream might,
dry white,
green knight,
green night

3 syllables:
a free ride,
achieve ideal,
chinese ideal,
college guide,
college ideal,
complete guide,
complete ideal,
concrete ideal,
supreme guide,
supreme ideal,
appeal filed,
belief finds,
beliefs guide,
leafy shade,
agree right,
as by right,
decree might,
degree might,
degree right,
entry might,
extreme height,
extreme might

4 syllables:
employee filed

Some other possibilities:

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