Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with side dish:

2 syllables:
fly fish,
dried fish,
might wish,
white fish,
bride is,
chloride in,
chloride is,
cried in,
died in,
dried in,
guide him,
guide his,
guide in,
guide is,
guide it,
hide his,
hide in,
hide it,
pride in,
pride is,
ride in,
slide in,
slide is,
tide in,
tide is,
tried his,
tried in,
tried it,
wide in,
blind fish,
may fish,
may wish,
slight hitch,
bright in,
eye which,
fight him,
fight his,
fight in,
fight is,
fight it,
flight in,
flight is,
fly tip,
height in,
height is,
high pitch,
knight in,
light in,
light is,
light it,
might hear,
might in,
might it,
night in,
night is,
night it,
quite in,
right ear,
right here,
right if,
right in,
right is,
right it,
sight in,
sight is,
sight it,
site in,
site is,
striae which,
thigh which,
tight in,
ts'ai t'ing,
white ear,
white in,
white is,
write him,
write his,
write in,
write is,
write it

3 syllables:
abide in,
aside his,
aside in,
confide in,
decide if,
decide in,
decide it,
divide in,
divide it,
provide him,
provide in,
provide it,
reside in,
supplied him,
supplied in,
chiefly which,
delight in

4 syllables:
stromateid fish,
appetite is,
signify which

Some other possibilities:

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