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

7 letters:
ax head,
at head,
wax end,
act did

8 letters:
and lead,
avf lead,
amp head,
and dead,
and head,
cat head,
fat head,
pan head,
fact did,
back end

9 letters:
hand lead,
nags head,
band head,
rams head,
that lead,
flat head,
hang head,
hash head,
tack weld,
that head,
bad blood,
fact mood,
camp beds

10 letters:
crack head,
had spread,
stamp head,
bad breath,
hangs head,
had begged,
shall lead,
that blood,
gang press,
arrow head

11 letters:
pack thread,
shall dread,
shall tread,
acme thread,
that spread,
shall blend,
tract leads,
track leads,
knocks dead,
match blood,
shalt tread,
class press,
crack heads,
had pledged,
mache press,
mass. press,
shall press,
track heads,
natty dread

12 letters:
grass spread,
glass thread,
crack spread,
shall spread,
catch breath,
scratch head,
track trends,
straw spread,
blacks stood,
brown thread,
drawn thread,
floss thread,
stout thread,
attack leads,
cabbage head,
magic thread,
dragons head,
mercat press

13 letters:
blacks shared,
glass threads,
shall breathe,
cracked heads,
square thread,
strong thread,
staff dressed,
attack spread,
contact leads,
japan pledged

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