Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with great divide:

2 syllables:
his side,
this side,
whip hide,
chris sighed,
drill guide,
flip side,
his guide,
his hind,
his ideal,
his sides,
his wide,
ill lived,
in. wide,
is ideal,
is wide,
it died,
it tried,
its side,
near side,
paris guide,
quick guide,
rip tide,
spear side,
spring guide,
spring tide,
still lived,
swiss guide,
there hides,
thick hides,
this guide,
this ideal,
this wide,
were wide,
which child,
which guide,
which hides,
which side,
whipped hide,
will guide,
with side,
with wide,
can hide,
douglas hyde,
him made,
his aid,
his aide,
his said,
in aid,
is said,
tan hide,
this aid,
this said,
will aid,
fill light,
him might,
his height,
his sight,
in height,
pitch height,
ridge height,
sheer height,
sit tight,
spill light,
spring height,
steer right,
stiff fight,
still light,
there right,
this height,
this sight,
this site,
twitch height,
were right,
with height,
fish eyes,
his eyes,
his size,
hitch hike,
in nine,
it time,
near rhyme,
pierre huyghe,
still life,
still like,
still live,
this size,
will like,
will live

3 syllables:
appear ideal,
career guide,
clear guide,
unerring guide,
river guide,
adding height,
appear right,
berlin night,
career right,
until light,
career highs

4 syllables:
michelin guide

Some other possibilities:

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