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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with take pride:

2 syllables:
blake tried,
brain tried,
faith tried,
grace cried,
grace tried,
have cried,
have tried,
spain tried,
james pryde,
lakes dried,
spray dried,
state tried,
based guide,
james guide,
placed side,
plain slide,
plates slide,
trained guide,
have prayed,
bake blind,
breaks right,
makes right,
naked right,
saint bride,
veiled bride,
aides tried,
base price,
blake smiled,
breaks wind,
chain guide,
chase price,
eight prime,
grain price,
have died,
have wide,
james tried,
maine guide,
maize price,
makes child,
naked child,
naked sides,
paint dried,
place prize,
place slide,
plain guide,
raise price,
sacred ideal,
safe side,
same price,
same side,
saved hide,
scale price,
shade guide,
slaves tried,
snake tribe,
state guide,
state price,
state prize,
states tried,
trade guide,
trade price,
trail guide


3 syllables:
always cried,
always tried,
campaign tried,
aicpa guide,
baker tried,
contain chloride,
create slide,
detailed guide,
exchange guide,
always prayed,
paying bride,
became prime,
campaign guide,
casey tried,
contain price,
create price,
estate price,
explain price,
female guide,
female prime,
jamie tried,
katie cried,
katie tried,
later tried,
obtain price,
on the safe side,
paper tried,
players tried,
remain prime,
resale price,
restrain price,
retail price,
taylor tried


4 syllables:
japanese tried,
aggregate price,
japanese price,
japanese prime


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