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

2 syllables:
prince tried,
since tried,
since dried,
prince cried,
ships tried,
chris tried,
is tried,
minced dried,
paris tried,
quinn tried,
kings tried,
bricks dried,
pinch dried,
whigs tried,
years tried,
fierce pride,
fixed guide,
since trade,
being tried,
is dried,
singh tried,
thing tried,
christ died,
his bride,
his pride,
mixed dried,
pin stripe,
quick strides,
smith tried,
still tried,
there tried,
were tried,
which tried,
springs dried,
tears dried,
it tried,
kiln dried,
zinc chloride,
build pride,
ships plied,
wicked pride,
being dried,
french tried,
friend tried,
its trade,
jesse tried,
mixed trade,
signed trade,
since grade,
bring pride,
drip dried,
fixed right,
minced white,
mixed right,
pierced right,
were dried,
with dried,
cibse guide,
click slide,
fierce strife,
fierce tribe,
fish slide,
fiske guide,
inch wide,
its wide,
quick strike,
sheer pride,
since crime,
since price,
smear slide,
still cried,
there cried,
which strike,
will strike,
will strive,
with pride

3 syllables:
defense tried,
insight guide,
linda tried,
virgin bride,
lewis tried,
cities tried,
simon tried,
bishop tried,
inlet guide,
innate pride,
michael tried,
mitchell tried,
philip tried,
quickly tried,
richard tried,
silver tried,
sister tried,
victor tried

4 syllables:
thiamin chloride,
commission tried,
committee tried,
division tried,
official tried,
religious pride

Some other possibilities:

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