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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ingrid:

2 syllables:
things did,
being drilled,
big kid,
chris grinned,
king did,
being reared,
christ did,
flipped lid,
flips lid,
hit the bid,
years did,
bring bread,
spring brood,
being cleared,
him did,
in mid,
quiz kid,
thing cleared,
think chris,
this kid,
twins reared,
whiz kid,
whizz kid,
x-linked scid,
x linked scid,
chicks reared,
flip lid,
gris gris,
hiring skilled,
his bid,
his grip,
his mid,
it did,
skid lid,
still did,
swing bridge,
there did,
things build,
things filled,
things piled,
this did,
which did,
being good,
bring good,
being killed,
bring grist,
think killed,
being filled,
being piled,
being signed,
big rig,
big rip,
big wigged,
gill lid,
is geared,
king sized,
pig sized,
ring gear,
ship rigged,
spring ridge,
thing feared,
thing willed,
link dead,
trunk lid,
bring blood,
chewing the cud,
his bread,
is spread,
lisle thread,
lit crit,
pitch thread,
pouring blood,
quick bread,
ship bread,
shrink fit,
singh stood,
spring flood,
swing the lead,
thick bread,
thick thread,
thing stood,
think fit,
thinks it,
this bread,
touching blood,
with bread,
with dread,
being quick,
big eared,
blink beer,
bring quick,
drink being


3 syllables:
until mid,
jimmy grinned,
billy grinned,
blowing lid,
english had,
spicy grilled,
olive bread,
until bread


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