Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dispread:

2 syllables:
is spread,
his bread,
this bread,
being spread,
chill spread,
crisp bread,
it spread,
its spread,
quick spread,
ships spread,
since spread,
still spread,
there spread,
were spread,
which spread,
will spread,
bring bread,
ship bread,
thick bread,
with bread,
lisle thread,
pitch thread,
thick thread,
with dread,
press spread,
his dead,
his friend,
his lead,
his press,
his stead,
is dead,
paris friend,
paris press,
swiss friend,
swiss press,
this friend,
this lead,
this trend,
his head,
is head,
is spelled,
it spreads,
limbs spread,
skins spread,
spear head,
swift spread,
there spreads,
things spread,
this head,
which spreads,
wings spread,
years spread,
fixed head,
its stead,
link dead,
swing the lead,
crisp set,
grilled bread,
his breath,
in breadth,
is dressed,
is stressed,
niche breadth,
quick breads,
sheer breadth,
still breathed,
there breathed,
this threat,
being dead,
bridge press,
christ leads,
christ shared,
dear friend,
drill press,
freer press,
him dead

3 syllables:
olive bread,
until bread,
excess spread,
success spread,
conflict spread,
growing spread,
lying spread,
river spread,
excess thread,
bitter bread,
enriched bread,
ginger bread,
pitta bread,
their bread,
throwing bread,
berlin press,
career press,
growing dread

4 syllables:
mosaic spread,
deliver bread,
offering bread

Some other possibilities:

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