Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with headfirst:

2 syllables:
bread first,
spread first,
dressed first,
stressed first,
breath first,
chair first,
check first,
death first,
press first,
share first,
shell first,
sketch first,
them first,
where first,
breadth first,
friend first,
heads first,
leads first,
shared first,
stared first,
trend first,
sweat burst,
wet nursed,
air burst,
flare burst,
fresh burst,
shell burst,
well versed,
blood first,
stood first,
breast first,
checked first,
chest first,
dealt first,
debts first,
dwelt first,
pressed first,
spent first,
went first,
cells first,
checks first,
cleanse first,
dead cert,
dress first

3 syllables:
ahead first,
addressed first,
access first,
assess first,
aware first,
express first,
hotel first,
possess first,
progress first,
success first,
attend first,
compared first,
compelled first,
depend first,
extend first,
prepared first,
repaired first,
access burst,
excess burst,
added first,
accept first,
accessed first,
affect first,
agent first,
assessed first,
assets first,
better first,
collect first,
content first,
direct first,
effect first,
except first,
expect first,
expressed first,
letter first,
object first,
percent first,
perfect first,
possessed first,
prevent first,
project first,
protect first,
recent first,
reflect first,
request first,
respect first,
select first,
subject first,
address first,
belly first,
carry first,
complex first,
defense first

4 syllables:
declared first,
addresses first

Some other possibilities:

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