Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wergild:

2 syllables:
her child,
per child,
younger child,
her kind,
her mind,
birth child,
third child,
her side,
her wide,
jurors filed,
nurse smiled,
church lived,
berg wind,
earth lived,
third kind,
third lived,
younger minds,
burned child,
burnt child,
first child,
search guide,
surge height,
clerk smiled,
curl side,
earth guide,
flour while,
girl guide,
girls filed,
her pride,
her sides,
her while,
merge files

3 syllables:
offer child,
afford child,
alert child,
fewer child,
flower child,
lower child,
observe child,
our child,
perverse child,
return filed,
reverse side,
our kind,
our mind,
battered child,
beggar child,
better child,
brighter child,
clever child,
cover child,
dirty child,
eager child,
early child,
either child,
future child,
higher child,
hurried child,
inner child,
later child,
mature child,
minor child,
mother child,
neighbor child,
neither child,
observed child,
other child,
pauper child,
proper child,
research guide,
research ideal,
smaller child,
stronger child,
sturdy child,
tired child,
toward child,
whether child,
worthy child,
clear guide,
clergy lived,
debtor filed,
expert guide,
father filed,
later filed,
lawyer filed,
lower guide,
lower side,
mother filed,
never filed,
obverse sides,
offer rides

4 syllables:
entire child,
employer filed,
encourage child,
adored child,
another child,
consider child,
desired child,
offering child,
professor child

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