Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with letterhead:

3 syllables:
better bread,
better cared,
better stead,
feather head,
leather head,
letter leads,
letter penned,
letter heads,
cittern head,
better yet,
better care,
better check,
better death,
better guess,
better share,
better where,
debtor where,
error leads,
feather beds,
feathers edged,
letter where,
measure leads,
never begged,
never cared,
never dared,
never leads,
never shared,
pleasure leads,
severed heads,
weather fend,
cutter head,
better friend,
better spared,
better spend,
better spread,
center leads,
ever held,
feather edged,
letters penned,
letters rec'd,
never end,
never erred,
never held,
sector leads,
vector leads,
western end,
ever did,
never did,
ever met,
ever set,
ever yet,
never met,
never set,
never yet,
preferred debt

4 syllables:
propeller head,
professor baird,
professor caird,
professor geddes,
professor laird,
reserve ahead,
together leads,
together shared,
whoever cared,
whoever dared,
whoever sheds,
better attend,
better method,
better referred,
better settled,
director yelled,
getter method,
letter beside,
letter method,
letter referred,
receptor leads,
setter method,
weather ahead,
professor goode,
letter headed

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