Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brain-dead:

2 syllables:
lay dead,
play dead,
shakes head,
vain did,
base head,
brain death,
brain leads,
chain leads,
feign death,
feigned death,
gave head,
grain bread,
have dared,
main deck,
may lead,
nail head,
plain bread,
plane leads,
rail head,
rained death,
raised heads,
shake head,
shaved heads,
snake head,
strain leads,
tape head,
trail head,
train sheds,
vague dread,
bay head,
grain heads,
strange dread,
case did,
state did,
claim leads,
grace stared,
nail tread,
naked heads,
named death,
shaped heads,
train set,
brain cell,
brain where,
brave death,
braved death,
cane chair,
chain where,
craig baird,
drain where,
faith leads,
faith shared,
frail thread,
freight sheds,
grace leads,
grain where,
have cared,
have fared,
have shared,
maine where,
maize bread,
male thread,
may spend,
may spread,
maybe death,
phase leads,
phrase leads

3 syllables:
became head,
detailed heads,
domain leads,
erase head,
explain death,
obtain bread,
obtain leads,
remain paired,
always did,
became wedged,
always cared,
always leads,
always paired,
always shared,
await death,
campaign chair,
campaign where,
create shared,
delay spread,
domain where,
explain them,
explain where,
female death,
female thread,
obtain them,
obtain where,
pay per lead

4 syllables:
hurricane deck,
japanese tendai,
ascertain where,
erasing head

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