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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dumbhead:

2 syllables:
drum head,
can lead,
cut dead,
was dead,
be on head,
hung head,
then head,
chump end,
domed heads,
jam weld,
rag head,
some bread,
truss head,
was head,
him dead,
limb lead,
rum bud,
some did,
some good,
blunt end,
blunt heads,
can send,
comme cette,
drum set,
front end,
nan bread,
some set,
then send,
young laird,
blood leads,
blood welled,
butt weld,
butts heads,
chief friend,
comme celle,
comme telle,
cuts dead,
duck legged,
dumb bell,
flood leads,
must end,
must lead,
phnom penh,
puff legged,
some care,
some rare,
some share,
some well,
stem cell,
stress leads,
stuffed heads,
thumb where,
was shared,
can end,
then held,
when held,
young heads,
bumped heads,
but end,
but held,
butt end,
cherub heads,
chief heads,
has held,
judge erred,
jump leads


3 syllables:
off ones head,
extra bread,
extra thread,
become wedged,
become heads,
dummy head,
become good,
be on own head,
tunnel head,
abrupt end,
adult heads,
alice stared,
become death,
become well,
become where,
chuckle head,
cutting head,
extra threads,
knuckle head,
office shared,
office smelled,
pudden head,
sea bread,
tea bread,
arousal leads,
becomes wedged,
cutter head


4 syllables:
come to a head



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