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

2 syllables:
print head,
bring bread,
link dead,
lisle thread,
mill head,
pill head,
pin head,
pitch thread,
thick thread,
fixed head,
his bread,
is spread,
its stead,
quick bread,
ship bread,
thick bread,
this bread,
with bread,
with dread,
being dead,
him dead,
thing pledged,
things leads,
with dead,
christ leads,
guilt leads,
his dead,
his stead,
is dead,
its head,
lives leads,
shift leads,
since spread,
skills leads,
were dead,
years leads,
thing leads,
with head,
big head,
bridge head,
bridge leads,
did head,
hid head,
his head,
is head,
it leads,
near legged,
pit head,
print heads,
shit head,
spear head,
stiff legged,
switch leads,
there leads,
thin shelled,
this head,
this leads,
trick leads,
twin beds,
which leads,
xyz leads,
bring blood,
pouring blood,
spring flood,
touching blood,
chill blood,
flipped lid,
flips lid,
his blood,
ill blood,
nan bread,
prick blood,
prince stood,
quick blood,
quinn stood,
spill blood,
spit blood,
stick blood,
there blood,
thick blood,
this blood,
which blood,
with blood,
being scared,
being spared,
being spread

3 syllables:
olive bread,
until bread,
virgin blood,
sinew thread,
sprinkler head,
conflict leads,
ginger bread,
little head,
spindle legged,
sewing thread,
tying thread,
until blood,
virgin stood,
aching flesh

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