Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crowned head:

2 syllables:
found dead,
ground heaved,
round heads,
sound heads,
and dead,
count heads,
brown bread,
brown thread,
found death,
ground heave,
own death,
brown edged,
brown haired,
brown heads,
found bread,
ground leads,
ground shared,
pound shelled,
proud heads,
round bread,
from dead,
long dead,
mount hood,
all dead,
brown goode,
drop dead,
for dead,
half dead,
knock dead,
not dead,
or dead,
own good,
shot dead,
stop dead,
own set,
bought bread,
brought bread,
brought death,
brown bear,
brown bess,
brown chair,
brown shell,
brown where,
crowd yelled,
crown shell,
crown vetch,
crown where,
doubt leads,
doubt shared,
down where,
four legged,
grown where,
house leads,
house shared,
house smelled,
mouth leads,
own share,
own well,
south bend,
south leads,
south shared,
spouse death,
stout thread,
town where,
towne where,
your death,
and end,
and held,
and lead,
been dead,
blond haired,
blond heads,
blonde haired,
brain dead,
ground had,
hand held,
hand lead,
land held,
one dead,
sound heard,
stone dead,
brown et,
crown debts,
pound net,
wound dressed

3 syllables:
compound heads,
enough bread,
enough thread,
around death,
around shared,
our dead,
about death,
enough friend,
sour bread,
account leads,
account tends,
around dressed,
abound where,
around health

4 syllables:
chinatown where

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