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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with egghead:

2 syllables:
egg head,
air head,
dead head,
meth head,
spread head,
well head,
big head,
rag head,
bell end,
dead end,
deaths head,
fair haired,
fell dead,
head end,
kept head,
pressure head,
wet end,
shook head,
be on head,
bridge head,
bull head,
did head,
drum head,
hid head,
his head,
hung head,
in head,
is head,
mill head,
pin head,
pit head,
pull head,
shit head,
spear head,
then head,
this head,
truss head,
was head,
will lead,
with head,
chess set,
air air,
cette terre,
dead air,
dread death,
fair hair,
fresh air,
fresh shell,
sell hedge,
shell egg,
spread death,
big end,
big heads,
them good,
where good,
well cared,
air thread,
bare legged,
bared heads,
best end,
bread bread,
breast heaved,
chest heaved,
dead ends,
death leads,
dense heads,
egg cell,
egg shell,
fresh bread,
heads heads,
krems lead,
left end


3 syllables:
feather head,
hemi head,
leather head,
their head,
excess air,
subject heads,
access shared,
bonnet head,
edith head,
ever held,
excess leads,
excess spread,
excess thread,
feather edged,
head to head,
heavy heads,
letter heads,
metal head,
narrow heads


4 syllables:
cigarette end,
propeller head,
cigarette ends,
cuisenaire rod


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