Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flatbread:

2 syllables:
sad bread,
grass spread,
black thread,
glass thread,
pack thread,
shall dread,
shall tread,
bought bread,
brought bread,
that spread,
takes bread,
that lead,
at head,
cat head,
fat head,
flat head,
that head,
and lead,
avf lead,
hand lead,
for bread,
had spread,
store bread,
stout thread,
that blood,
amp head,
bad breath,
crack spread,
shall spread,
stamp head,
acme thread,
and dead,
and head,
band head,
black friend,
black threads,
catch breath,
glass threads,
hangs head,
nags head,
rams head,
shall blend,
shall breathe,
fruit bread,
sweet bread,
wheat bread,
had begged,
pat pend,
plant spread,
plants spread,
cat bear,
crack head,
hang head,
last breath,
pan head,
scratch head,
shall lead,
that bear,
that leads,
that rare,
bad blood,
straw spread,
at stud,
black blood,
brown thread,
drawn thread,
floss thread

3 syllables:
challah bread,
natty dread,
scanty bread,
because bread,
attack spread,
mercat press,
enough bread,
latter spread,
laughter spread,
matter spread,
salad bread,
apple bread,
attached friend,
cabbage head,
fancy bread,
kaffir bread,
latter trend,
master thread,
pattern thread,
sabbath bread,
static head

4 syllables:
potato bread

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