Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with misplead:

2 syllables:
his speed,
this speed,
his creed,
is freed,
crisp fried,
drip feed,
his need,
is need,
is read,
is tied,
lip read,
paris spleen,
this deed,
this need,
chris leaned,
click speed,
climb speed,
drill speed,
his seed,
in speed,
its speed,
quick speed,
sheer speed,
since speed,
swing speed,
with speed,
being freed,
its need,
sheer greed,
stir fried,
thick tweed,
were freed,
his fleet,
kick pleat,
print bleed,
being cleaned,
being read,
being tied,
christ freed,
christ needs,
christ seemed,
crimp beads,
ditch weed,
if need,
in deed,
is clean,
it need,
it please,
it read,
missed field,
pin feed,
risks seemed,
shrimp fried,
stick seed,
still need,
there gleamed,
there need,
there please,
tick weed,
til seed,
were tied,
which feed,
which need,
which read,
will feed,
will need,
will please,
will read,
is played,
paris played,
press speed,
is pleased,
christ healed,
crisp clean,
crisp leaves,
drip feeds,
his deeds,
his field,
his leave,
his needs,
his peace,
his piece,
his shield,
his sleep,
his sleeve

3 syllables:
simply had,
simply heard,
until freed,
bishop meade,
cumin seed,
spicy fried,
access speed,
excess speed,
express speed,
extra speed,
crispy fried,
disperse seeds

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