Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lydian:

2 syllables:
be hidden,
bid on,
did an,
did on,
lid on,
mid on

3 syllables:
smith ian,
ii on,
india on,
steady on,
cities on,
it even,
being eaten,
being even,
disease on,
giddy up,
him even,
if even,
in even,
is eaten,
is even,
paris season,
quickly on,
shear region,
sticky bun,
there even,
there reason,
this even,
this season,
were eaten,
were even,
which even,
will even,
with even,
indeed an,
indeed on,
duty on,
busy on,
carry an,
carry on,
fa xian,
fully on,
heavy on,
levy on,
money on,
prairie hen,
divvy up,
a hidden,
are hidden,
body on,
bread eaten,
broody hen,
ii in,
media on,
ready on,
studied on,
studies on,
study on,
fifty men,
giddy young,
it ia,
kiddie cam,
split season,
strictly on,
being beaten,
bridge region,
bring reason,
chris weedon

4 syllables:
committee on,
entirely on,
guinea hen,
nearly an,
pamir region,
precisely on,
idi amin,
india in,
library on,
criteria as,
already an,
already on,
consider an,
subsidies in,
commit treason,
committee can,
committees on,
exist even,
gritty urban,
kitty alone,
victory on,
being easy on,
benign lesion,
billy cotton,
billy herman,
career reasons

5 syllables:
subcommittee on,
criteria in,
virginia in,
necessary on,
cecilia payne

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