Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with headlined:

2 syllables:
dead wind,
head wind,
shell lined,
well lined,
set mind,
dead child,
death lived,
fair wind,
them find,
well find,
well mined,
where lived,
stood lined,
bread lines,
cells lined,
chairs lined,
deaf blind,
friend lived,
swear blind,
thread guide,
bread line,
dead line,
dressed child,
lead line,
well timed,
claire sighed,
french child,
share child,
where child,
being lined,
brick lined,
did find,
is lined,
was lined,
were lined,
best kind,
end rhymed,
gets wind,
west wind,
air lines,
check lines,
death finds,
ebb tide,
flesh side,
fresh lines,
fresh minds,
haired child,
helm wind,
press finds,
press guide,
press lines,
scared child,
sell side,
shared child,
shell guide,
sketch lines,
spare lines,
them died,
where lines,
crowd lined,
head light,
lets slide,
set line,
spread light,
air dried

3 syllables:
metal lined,
eddy wind,
jenny lind,
leather lined,
yellow lined,
deadline neared,
request timed,
upset child,
assess child,
janet tried,
percent lived,
subject lived,
access guide,
access lines,
any kind,
direct tide,
ever find,
ever lived,
express lines,
fellow lived,
hotel guide,
marie lived,
never find,
never lived,
never mind,
possess minds,
progress lines,
repair guide,
shelley lived,
stellar wind,
success guide,
their kind,
their mind,
access line

4 syllables:
whoever lived

Some other possibilities:

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