Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fuckhead:

2 syllables:
can lead,
cut dead,
was dead,
rag head,
be on head,
drum head,
duck legged,
hung head,
then head,
truss head,
was head,
tuck net,
blood leads,
blood welled,
blunt end,
blunt heads,
butt weld,
butts heads,
can send,
chief friend,
chump end,
cuts dead,
domed heads,
ducks egg,
flood leads,
front end,
jam weld,
lak cell,
must end,
must lead,
nan bread,
puff legged,
some bread,
stress leads,
struck them,
struck where,
stuck where,
stuffed heads,
then send,
truck where,
was shared,
young laird,
shook head,
bunk beds,
but end,
but held,
butt end,
can end,
cherub heads,
chief heads,
duck egg,
has held,
judge erred,
phage heads,
stub end,
then held,
u bend,
was held,
when held,
young heads,
youthful heads,
be much good

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

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