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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with front end:

2 syllables:
can send,
then send,
parent tends,
chief friend,
tongue tends,
be on the mend,
blood tends,
but held,
can lead,
can spend,
must send,
pen friend,
sergeant yelled,
stress tends,
then held,
u bend,
when held,
be on head,
blunt heads,
butt ends,
jam weld,
parents spend,
then head,
young laird,
blood welled,
butt weld,
duck legged,
puff legged,
was shared,
blood tinged,
was tuned,
which tend,
will tend,
can test,
cut dead,
man went,
men went,
pup tent,
some friend,
sun went,
ten cent,
then sent,
then went,
van de velde,
was dead,
young friend,
can sense,
chief friends,
chief sends,
dutch friend,
dutch leonard,
has held,
judge erred,
judge leonard,
judge stared,
parent tells,
sergeant tells,
was held,
youthful friend,
blunt and,
hunt and,
man turned,
parent and,
parents signed,
parents sinned,
print head,
sergeant and

3 syllables:
urban trend,
alice stared,
adult tends,
conduct tends,
extent shared,
off ones head,
office tends,
product tends,
result tends,
agents spend,
become wedged,
client tends,
current tends,
current trend,
money tends,
urban trends,
office shared,
office smelled,
urban sindh,
become tense,
fully denned,
alan shepard,
catulle mendes,
extra bread,
extra thread,
tibor mende,
urban sense,
accent and,
agent tends,
assent and,
content tends,
extent and,
recent trend

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