Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with masthead:

2 syllables:
at head,
cat head,
fat head,
flat head,
that head,
and dead,
and head,
band head,
amp head,
hangs head,
nags head,
rams head,
stamp head,
that lead,
class stood,
glass stood,
grass stood,
basse terre,
class leads,
class shared,
crack head,
cracked heads,
glass thread,
grass spread,
grass steppe,
hang head,
pan head,
scratch head,
shall lead,
shall tread,
at end,
brass heads,
class tends,
grass heads,
that end,
that held,
that tend,
what end,
short head,
and end,
and held,
and lead,
hand held,
hand lead,
land held,
shall dread,
ant egg,
avf lead,
black thread,
branch heads,
brass check,
brass neck,
brass shell,
class share,
class where,
glass shell,
glass wedge,
glass where,
grass vetch,
grass where,
had begged,
had shared,
lance heads,
lap weld,
mass spec,
pack thread,
pass check,
pass them,
pat pend,
sad bread,
shall send,
shall tell,
staff shared,
tack weld,
that leads,
track leads,
valve heads,
wax end,
at stud,
blacks stood,
brass studs,
cross head

3 syllables:
chapter head,
plaster heads,
acram terre,
addle head,
attack leads,
avl lead,
cabbage head,
japan leads,
japan shared,
scratches head,
static head

4 syllables:
abraham stood

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