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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with of the same mind:

2 syllables:
may find,
grace sighed,
chase smiled,
claim filed,
grace smiled,
nail bind,
plate lined,
space lined,
straight lined,
stray finds,
tail wind,
trade wind,
james lind,
high wind,
like kind,
brain child,
plain child,
plane dived,
twain lived,
blake lived,
brave child,
eighth child,
faith lived,
frail child,
frame hives,
grade child,
have lived,
knave child,
male child,
naive child,
place child,
place lived,
place signs,
rail lines,
scale lines,
slave child,
slave lived,
stage child,
state child,
stray lines,
aim and,
blame and,
came and,
claim and,
claim made,
fame and,
flame and,
frame and,
game and,
lame and,
name and,
shame and,
tame and,
blame might,
brain finds,
chain guide,
claim might,
day might,
flame height,
flame might,
frame height,
frame might,
lanes lined,
maine guide,
plain guide,
shame might


3 syllables:
became mired,
always find,
remain mired,
survey finds,
today finds,
became blind,
female minds,
contain child,
explain child,
obtain child,
always lived,
betray signs,
create child,
delay lines,
delayed child,
detail lines,
estate filed,
female child,
female lines,
retail lines,
survey lines,
unpaid child,
array might,
campaign guide,
delay might,
playing hideand,
remain blind,
strainer lined,
survey might


4 syllables:
japanese minds,
japanese child,
japanese lived,
obstinate child,
surrogate child



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