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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crosshead:

2 syllables:
cross head,
for head,
or head,
small head,
sore head,
all dead,
bald head,
broad heads,
cross heads,
for dead,
for end,
for lead,
fore end,
fork head,
half dead,
horse head,
long dead,
long haired,
long held,
or dead,
or end,
or held,
or lead,
scald head,
short head,
small end,
small heads,
trough shell,
or shared,
thought shared,
scratch head,
at head,
block head,
cat head,
cows head,
crack head,
drop head,
fat head,
flat head,
from head,
hang head,
hot head,
law did,
mop head,
own head,
pan head,
pot head,
raw wood,
saw wood,
shall lead,
shock head,
straw bid,
that head,
your head,
saw set,
saw whet,
straw chair,
all hell,
blore heath,
caught hell,
cross hair,
cross hedge,
cross sell,
draw them,
draw well,
for air,
fore edge,
half fare,
half heck,
long hair,
long hedge,
more air,
more rare,
or air,
or hair,
or hell,
saw them,
small ledge,
straw where,
though death,
though well,
though where,
trough where,
flash heads,
all share,
all tend,
board erred,
coarse haired,
court erred,
court held,
cross leads,
cross legged,
drawn thread,
falls heads

3 syllables:
among heads,
enough shared,
because bread,
default share,
default shell

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