Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dumbhead:

7 letters:
rum bud,
can end,
but end

8 letters:
can lead,
cut dead,
was dead,
jam weld,
rag head,
was head,
him dead,
some did,
can send,
drum set,
some set,
must end,
but held,
butt end,
has held

9 letters:
drum head,
hung head,
then head,
chump end,
limb lead,
some good,
blunt end,
front end,
nan bread,
then send,
butt weld,
cuts dead,
dumb bell,
must lead,
some care,
some rare,
some well,
stem cell,
then held,
when held,
sea bread,
tea bread

10 letters:
be on head,
some bread,
truss head,
phnom penh,
some share,
was shared,
jump leads,
dummy head,
abrupt end

11 letters:
domed heads,
blunt heads,
comme cette,
young laird,
blood leads,
butts heads,
comme celle,
comme telle,
duck legged,
flood leads,
puff legged,
thumb where,
young heads,
chief heads,
judge erred,
extra bread,
become good,
tunnel head,
adult heads,
become well,
pudden head,
cutter head

12 letters:
blood welled,
chief friend,
stress leads,
bumped heads,
cherub heads,
extra thread,
become heads,
alice stared,
become death,
become where,
chuckle head,
cutting head,
knuckle head

13 letters:
stuffed heads,
off ones head,
become wedged,
extra threads,
office shared,
arousal leads

14 letters:
be on own head,
office smelled,
becomes wedged,
come to a head

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