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

2 syllables:
ax head,
crack head,
track leads,
nags head,
amp head,
and dead,
and head,
band head,
hangs head,
rams head,
stamp head,
at head,
cat head,
class leads,
cracked heads,
fat head,
flat head,
hang head,
hash head,
pack thread,
pan head,
scratch head,
tack weld,
that head,
that leads,
wax end,
back end,
crack heads,
track heads,
tract leads,
knock dead,
and end,
and held,
back check,
back where,
branch heads,
class shared,
crack where,
glass thread,
graham bread,
grass spread,
had begged,
had shared,
hand held,
lance heads,
land held,
lap weld,
pat pend,
sad bread,
shack where,
shall dread,
shall send,
shall tread,
stack where,
staff shared,
track where,
valve heads,
back load,
block head,
shock head,
shock leads,
small head,
fag end,
scrag end,
shag haired,
tag end,
acme thread,
and leads,
at end,
back edge,
blacks shared,
branch leads,
brass heads,
crack spread,
flash heads,
frank yelled,
grass heads,
had dared

3 syllables:
attack leads,
addle head,
japan leads,
contact leads,
guaiac wood,
staggered head,
attack them,
attack where,
cabbage head,
chapter head,
japan shared,
scratches head,
static head,
stagger head,
anger leads,
arrow head,
attack spread,
badger legged,
cammell laird,
cattle heads,
channel leads,
contact tends

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