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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with heavy-footed:

6 letters:
to bid,
to mid,
to rid

7 letters:
cue bid,
new kid,
too did,
two did,
who did,
who hid,
you did

8 letters:
blew lid,
cool kid,
jews did,
poor kid,
whom did,
whoo kid

9 letters:
group did

10 letters:
fused grid,
groups did,
school did,
school kid

11 letters:
schools did,
through mid

12 letters:
assumed grid

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