Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tired:

2 syllables:
cries heard,
night heard,
ride herd,
buy her,
child heard,
chile verde,
fight turned,
flight turned,
guide word,
high words,
knight turned,
light turned,
lyre bird,
night bird,
night turned,
nile bird,
quite turned,
right third,
right turned,
right word,
sight turned,
swine herds,
times heard,
while third,
white bird,
wright turned,
writer urged,
a bird,
a guide,
a ride,
a rough ride,
a side,
a third,
a wide,
a word,
are dried,
are heard,
are tried,
are wide,
as guide,
as third,
as wide,
as word,
encoun tered,
eye had,
grace heard,
guy had,
have heard,
ideal guide,
of pride,
of third,
of word,
off glide,
off side,
on glide,
on side,
on the side,
on third,
pharaoh heard,
phrase heard,
surely heard,
they heard,
who heard,
you heard,
bright earth

3 syllables:
fire had,
entire earth,
briefly served,
briefly surveyed,
briefly turned,
buyer and,
chiefly served,
chiefly turned,
divine word,
driver had,
driver heard,
fire and,
fire code,
fire wood,
meyer and,
prior and,
provide third,
ratite bird,
tire and,
writer had,
writer heard,
always heard,
dabei wurde,
refrain heard,
fire at,
tire out

4 syllables:
entire and,
entire herds,
entire third,
families earned,
retire and,
entire day,
entire eight,
entire height,
retire at

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