Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hard lead:

2 syllables:
square thread,
heart leads,
charge leads,
drop dead,
from dead,
guard yelled,
knock dead,
large head,
not dead,
shot dead,
stop dead,
dropped dead,
shalt tread,
stopped dead,
drops dead,
knocks dead,
stops dead,
heart welled,
start thread,
arched heads,
arms end,
carved heads,
clark thread,
dark bread,
dog sleds,
france leads,
guard cell,
guard where,
scarce dared,
scarf weld,
square threads,
stock pledged,
for dead,
or dead,
heart heaved,
hot head,
not lend,
parts leads,
pot head,
block head,
blond haired,
blond heads,
blonde haired,
bonds leads,
cause leads,
dark haired,
dog legged,
drop head,
from head,
guard hair,
guard stared,
large heads,
mop head,
not dared,
scarred flesh,
scotch laird,
sharp edged,
sharp end,
shock head,
shock leads,
block blood,
cause blood,
choir stood,
dark wood,
for bread,
from blood,
scarce good,
scotch blood,
shall dread,
smart set,
square stood,
store bread,
chart where,
far end,
heart death,
heart where

3 syllables:
remark leads,
bodley head,
enlarged heads,
regard them,
response leads,
shipyard where,
record leads,
party leads,
bobble head,
marble edged,
marble heads,
oval head,
passage leads,
rarely leads,
regard death,
sharply edged,
solid leads,
sparsely haired,
apart where,
dado head,
hardly cared,
hardly dared,
hardly shared

5 syllables:
metatarsal heads

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