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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pay heed:

2 syllables:
may need,
may read,
may eat,
moray eel,
brain needs,
cane reed,
chain needs,
chase seemed,
face seemed,
grace seemed,
grain needs,
grape seed,
have need,
have read,
lake mead,
may yield,
place seeds,
place seemed,
plane needs,
rape seed,
space seemed,
space speed,
stray field,
a deed,
a need,
a shade,
a speed,
a trade,
ague weed,
al fayed,
an aid,
an aide,
are freed,
are laid,
are made,
are paid,
are played,
are read,
are said,
are tied,
as laid,
as made,
as read,
as said,
as trade,
bay head,
day had,
high heeled,
ideal speed,
may add,
o grade,
of aid,
of need,
of said,
of seed,
of speed,
of trade,
off feed,
off speed,
on said,
on trade,
play had,
us aid,
way had,
game meat,
may meet,
bay leaf,
chase scene,
day peep,
day week,
days each


3 syllables:
always need,
array field,
array needs,
baby had,
campaign needs,
daily heard,
delay seemed,
domain needs,
duane reade,
grey and,
grey haired,
jamie heard,
katie heard,
lady had,
navy had,
prey and,
quitclaim deed,
survey field,
survey needs,
survey seemed,
today needs,
today seemed,
grey out,
survey sheet,
allay these,
betray these,
clayey earth


4 syllables:
faraday shield,
hawaii and



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