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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cockhead:

2 syllables:
knock dead,
block head,
shock head,
from dead,
hard head,
large head,
not dead,
not lead,
pot lead,
shot dead,
drop head,
from head,
hot head,
knocks dead,
mop head,
pot head,
shock leads,
knock heads,
box set,
dog legged,
block check,
block where,
blond haired,
blond heads,
blonde haired,
bronze heads,
capped heads,
cause leads,
clock where,
cropped heads,
dark haired,
dock cress,
dropped dead,
drops dead,
giant heads,
hard edged,
heart heaved,
large heads,
not bend,
not dared,
not lend,
not send,
not shared,
once held,
prof. baird,
rock cress,
rock shell,
rock wren,
scotch laird,
shalt tread,
sharp edged,
sharp end,
shock where,
spot weld,
square thread,
stock check,
stock share,
stock where,
stopped dead,
stops dead,
crack head,
dog end,
box spread,
clark thread,
far end,
from end,
knob end,
not end,
not held,
not tend,
square edged,
square heads,
stock pledged,
stock tends,
the top end,
top end,
nags head,
all dead,
amp head


3 syllables:
bedrock where,
bobble head,
bodley head,
bonnet head,
oval head,
passage leads,
poppet head,
tiaa cref,
dado head,
knock on the head,
knocking dead,
knocking heads,
poppy head,
remark leads


4 syllables:
off the top of head



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