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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with head ache:

2 syllables:
wood ash,
net cash,
check cashed,
dead at,
sling hash,
slung hash,
debt at,
et ad,
et at,
met at,
set at,
yet at,
yet had,
air at,
air had,
bell had,
bell lap,
breath that,
care at,
care had,
cell at,
chair at,
death at,
death had,
death than,
death that,
fair at,
fell at,
flesh shall,
guess at,
hair at,
hair had,
peck at,
press at,
press had,
sell at,
stare at,
step at,
stew pan,
swear at,
them at,
them had,
web at,
well at,
where at,
where had,
yell at,
swung dash,
air crash,
bread and,
bread shall,
bread that,
dead and,
dead cat,
dead hand,
dead pan,
dead than,
dread and,
dread that,
end at,
end had,
french sash,
friend at,
friend had,
glared at,
heads at,
held at,
lead and,
lead back,
shell flash,
spend at,
spread and,
spread that,
stared at,
thread and,
thread that,
yelled at,
heads bashed


3 syllables:
ahead at,
settled hash,
access hatch,
regret at,
upset at,
hotel at,
progress at,
progress had,
success at,
success had,
collect trash,
petty cash,
settle hash,
ahead and,
attend at,
ledger cash,
prepared at,
settles hash,
their cash,
heavy dashed,
pebble dash


4 syllables:
declared at


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