Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with imbreed:

2 syllables:
being freed,
climb speed,
his creed,
is freed,
sheer greed,
stir fried,
were freed,
being read,
lip read,
shrimp fried,
is read,
it read,
which read,
will read,
in speed,
since speed,
swing speed,
were read,
click speed,
drill speed,
its need,
its speed,
quick speed,
sheer speed,
thick tweed,
with speed,
rare breed,
being tied,
crimp beads,
crisp fried,
drip feed,
his speed,
in brief,
in deed,
pin feed,
print bleed,
spring breeze,
this speed,
chill breeze,
christ freed,
climb trees,
ditch weed,
film speed,
his brief,
his need,
if need,
is brief,
is need,
is tied,
it need,
limbs seemed,
stick seed,
stiff breeze,
still dreamed,
still need,
there need,
this brief,
this deed,
this need,
tick weed,
til seed,
were tied,
which feed,
which need,
will feed,
will need,
with brief,
in need,
string beads,
climb three,
him free,
him three,
him very,
his seed,
mixed breed,
nim tree,
pierre biard,
thick reeds,
hemp seed,
bread fried,
death freed

3 syllables:
until freed,
dying breed,
become freed,
cumin seed,
simply had,
simply heard,
fit to be tied,
jewish creed,
spicy fried,
their creed,
resin beads,
native breed,
spanish breed,
stoic creed,
timber needs,
timber yield

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