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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with manhead:

2 syllables:
and dead,
and head,
band head,
pan head,
amp head,
hangs head,
rams head,
stamp head,
nags head,
that lead,
hang head,
and end,
and held,
and lead,
at head,
branch heads,
cat head,
crack head,
fat head,
flat head,
hand held,
hand lead,
lance heads,
land held,
scratch head,
shall lead,
that head,
scan edf,
and did,
found dead,
range hood,
round head,
than did,
than good,
fan jet,
and air,
and death,
and eve,
and hair,
ant egg,
avf lead,
black thread,
class leads,
class shared,
cracked heads,
fan shell,
glass thread,
grass spread,
had begged,
had shared,
lap weld,
pack thread,
pat pend,
planned death,
sad bread,
schwann cell,
shall dread,
shall send,
shall tread,
staff shared,
tack weld,
than death,
than where,
that leads,
track leads,
valve heads,
wax end,
own head,
and ends,
and leads,
and send,
and shared,
at end,
back end,
black haired,
black heads,
branch leads,
brass heads

3 syllables:
japan leads,
japan shared,
sapan wood,
addle head,
attack leads,
avl lead,
cabbage head,
chapter head,
japan share,
japan where,
scratches head,
static head,
hammer head,
arrow head,
channel leads

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