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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with elides:

2 syllables:
cell lines,
dressed hides,
fresh hides,
shell lines,
air lines,
bread lines,
check lines,
check rides,
death rides,
delle scienze,
dwell times,
fresh limes,
fresh lines,
met eyes,
press lines,
set eyes,
shell gives,
sketch lines,
spare lines,
thread guides,
where lines,
cell size,
health guides,
twelve sides,
air raids,
deaf aids,
f.s.l. lyons,
his sides,
press aides,
rural lines,
there hides,
thick hides,
which hides,
air miles,
blair niles,
blessed times,
breath gives,
check files,
check times,
death gives,
death times,
flesh gives,
fresh chiles,
fresh chives,
fresh signs,
lead times,
press gives,
sept iles,
share files,
share gives,
share times,
shell lined,
sketch gives,
spare times,
spare tyres,
well liked,
well lined,
where signs,
where wives,
wretched times,
health aides,
rural rides,
thrill rides,
youthful ideals


3 syllables:
gazette times,
elite whose,
access guides,
access lines,
beside whose,
cabell rives,
convex sides,
express lines,
leather hides,
progress lines,
replied as,
yellow sides,
allah guides,
extra lines,
access files,
access gives,
access times,
assess fines,
complex signs,
depressed times,
palette knives,
percent times,
progress gives,
recent times,
regime as,
regime has,
regime whose,
repair times,
select times,
success gives,
hotel maids,
elite teams,
elite tombs


4 syllables:
satellite whose,
professor heinz


5 syllables:
peritoneal signs



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