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

5 letters:
et ad,
et at

6 letters:
met at,
set at,
yet at,
air at,
web at,
end at

7 letters:
dead at,
debt at,
yet had,
air had,
care at,
cell at,
fair at,
fell at,
hair at,
peck at,
sell at,
step at,
them at,
well at,
yell at,
end had,
held at

8 letters:
wood ash,
net cash,
bell had,
bell lap,
care had,
chair at,
death at,
guess at,
hair had,
press at,
stare at,
stew pan,
swear at,
them had,
where at,
dead and,
dead cat,
dead pan,
heads at,
lead and,
spend at,
ahead at,
upset at,
hotel at

9 letters:
death had,
press had,
where had,
air crash,
bread and,
dead hand,
dead than,
dread and,
friend at,
glared at,
lead back,
stared at,
yelled at,
regret at,
ahead and,
attend at

10 letters:
sling hash,
slung hash,
death than,
death that,
swung dash,
bread that,
dread that,
friend had,
spread and,
thread and,
success at,
petty cash,
their cash

11 letters:
breath that,
flesh shall,
bread shall,
french sash,
shell flash,
spread that,
thread that,
progress at,
success had,
settle hash,
ledger cash,
prepared at,
pebble dash,
declared at

12 letters:
check cashed,
heads bashed,
settled hash,
access hatch,
progress had,
settles hash,
heavy dashed

13 letters:
collect trash

Some other possibilities:

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