Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ingrid:

6 letters:
in mid,
it did

7 letters:
big kid,
him did,
his bid,
his mid,
big rig,
big rip

8 letters:
king did,
quiz kid,
this kid,
whiz kid,
flip lid,
his grip,
skid lid,
this did,
gill lid,
lit crit

9 letters:
flips lid,
years did,
whizz kid,
gris gris,
still did,
there did,
which did,
is geared,
pig sized,
ring gear,
link dead,
trunk lid,
his bread,
is spread,
think fit,
thinks it,
big eared,
until mid

10 letters:
things did,
christ did,
being good,
bring good,
big wigged,
king sized,
ship bread,
shrink fit,
this bread,
with bread,
with dread,
blink beer

11 letters:
flipped lid,
hit the bid,
bring bread,
think chris,
bring grist,
being piled,
ship rigged,
bring blood,
quick bread,
singh stood,
thick bread,
thing stood,
being quick,
bring quick,
drink being,
blowing lid,
english had,
olive bread,
until bread

12 letters:
being reared,
spring brood,
twins reared,
swing bridge,
things build,
things piled,
being killed,
think killed,
being filled,
being signed,
spring ridge,
thing feared,
thing willed,
lisle thread,
pitch thread,
spring flood,
thick thread

13 letters:
being drilled,
chris grinned,
being cleared,
thing cleared,
x-linked scid,
x linked scid,
chicks reared,
things filled,
pouring blood,
jimmy grinned,
billy grinned,
spicy grilled

14 letters:
hiring skilled,
swing the lead,
touching blood

15 letters:
chewing the cud

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