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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black bread:

2 syllables:
pack thread,
grass spread,
glass thread,
shall dread,
shall tread,
crack spread,
acme thread,
ax head,
crack head,
and lead,
avf lead,
hand lead,
amp head,
had spread,
nags head,
shall spread,
stamp head,
that spread,
and dead,
and head,
bad breath,
band head,
blacks shared,
catch breath,
glass threads,
hangs head,
rams head,
shall blend,
shall breathe,
that lead,
tract leads,
at head,
cat head,
cracked heads,
fat head,
flat head,
had begged,
hang head,
hash head,
pan head,
scratch head,
shall lead,
tack weld,
that head,
track leads,
track trends,
wax end,
straw spread,
act did,
bad blood,
blacks stood,
brown thread,
drawn thread,
fact did,
fact mood,
floss thread,
knocks dead,
match blood,
shalt tread,
square thread,
stout thread,
strong thread,
that blood,
back end,
camp beds,
class press,
crack heads,
gang press,
had pledged,
mache press,
mass. press,
shall press,
staff dressed,
track heads


3 syllables:
attack spread,
contact leads,
natty dread,
attack leads,
cabbage head,
magic thread,
arrow head,
dragons head,
japan pledged,
mercat press


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