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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with feed in:

2 syllables:
by sin,
by thin,
cgi bin,
chi lin,
chi minh,
my chin,
my sin,
ne win,
very thin,
by dint,
by don,
need an,
read an,
read on,
speed on,
they done,
tied on,
need him,
read him,
beauty since,
breech pin,
creed is,
deed is,
dry kiln,
dry pint,
dry skin,
greece since,
key deer,
lease signed,
lease since,
my cousin,
my dear,
my sins,
my skin,
need his,
need is,
need it,
peace signed,
peace since,
pie dish,
piece signed,
piece since,
read his,
read is,
read it,
roughly since,
seed is,
speed is,
teach ins,
they did,
they signed,
tied it,
very dear,
why did,
worry since,
by inch,
diese dinge,
pied finch,
speed since,
tee hinge,
tie ins,
beat on,
by ten,
cheat on,
dry ton,
dry tonne,
eat on,
feet on,
heat on,
meat on,
meet an,
meet on,
seat on,
sheet on,
street on,
sweet on


3 syllables:
agreed on,
proceed on,
succeed him,
agree since,
chinese since,
decrease since,
decree signed,
degree since,
entry since,
release signed,
release since,
agreed since,
eugene boudin,
feeding on,
succeed since,
compete on,
complete an,
defeat on,
a week on,
achieve an,
appeal on


4 syllables:
exceeding one,
preceding one,
proceeding on



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