Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with widowed:

2 syllables:
squid hound,
slid out,
being housed,
deer hound,
did down,
if found,
is housed,
is sound,
slid down,
still housed,
there round,
thick cloud,
thick crowd,
this sound,
were housed,
which housed,
with loud,
year round,
did proud,
it had,
being had,
bill had,
fear had,
fit out,
here had,
hill had,
him had,
hip pad,
hit out,
in ad,
is had,
is odd,
is sad,
it ought,
it out,
jim had,
king had,
kit out,
lit out,
paris had,
ship had,
sit out,
smith had,
spit out,
still had,
there had,
thing had,
this had,
this odd,
this sad,
tough it out,
which add,
which had,
will add,
will had,
with ad,
year had,
being out,
bliss out,
bring out,
chewing out,
chill out,
climb out,
clip out,
dig out,
dim out,
dip out,
dish out,
fig out,
fill out,
fish out,
flip out,
hear out,
him out,
hiring out,
in out,
is out,
kick out,
miss out,
pick out,
pig out,
pin out,
pip out,
pitch out,
pouring out,
prick out,
prim out,
rig out,
ring out,
rip out,
ship out,
shit house,
sick out,
sing out,
skip out,
slip out

3 syllables:
appear round,
career had,
acing out,
asking out

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See widowed used in context: 1 rhyme, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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