Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in the end:

2 syllables:
big bend,
is denned,
thin shelled,
which tend,
will send,
will tend,
print head,
will lend,
being cared,
being shared,
being shelled,
pin head,
chris stared,
chris yelled,
gilt edged,
is shared,
is spelled,
near legged,
smith shared,
stiff legged,
still cared,
still shared,
there welled,
were shared,
which shared,
with shared,
can send,
then send,
being dead,
being held,
him dead,
limb lead,
spring tends,
thing tends,
clip lead,
dear friend,
his dead,
his friend,
his lead,
his stead,
is dead,
is held,
it held,
it lends,
it sends,
its ends,
its head,
paris friend,
pierre mendes,
pig lead,
pin wrench,
stiff haired,
still held,
still spend,
still tends,
strip bends,
swiss friend,
switch sends,
there spend,
there tends,
thick haired,
this friend,
this lead,
this tends,
this trend,
were dead,
were held,
which held,
which lead,
which lends,
which sends,
which tends,
will spend,
with dead,
with lead,
with head,
big head,
bridge head,
did head,
hid head,
his head,
is head,
it ends,
it tends,
mill head,
pill head,
pit head,
print heads,
rear ends,
shit head,
spear head,
split ends

3 syllables:
benign sense,
clear trend,
conflict tends,
princess heard,
berlin friends,
ginger haired,
princess and

4 syllables:
unselfish friend

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