Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with must-read:

2 syllables:
just read,
just need,
trust deed,
was freed,
musk seed,
douglas street,
has read,
must treat,
was read,
was tied,
but need,
can read,
cup tied,
just seemed,
must needs,
must reach,
must yield,
then read,
tongue tied,
trust deeds,
trust field,
trust needs,
when read,
blood streamed,
chaste tree,
just try,
must try,
pulse speed,
sam snead,
skunk weed,
ten speed,
throughput speed,
truck speed,
up speed,
young swede,
breast feed,
his creed,
is freed,
can treat,
dust sheet,
dutch treat,
has need,
judge treat,
must meet,
thrust sheet,
can feed,
carob trees,
clove trees,
crushed seeds,
douglas creek,
duck weed,
front field,
front seemed,
front speed,
gum trees,
judge tries,
just been,
just feel,
just keep,
just leave,
just seen,
just these,
much need,
must cease,
must deal,
must feel,
must keep,
must leave,
must mean,
must seek,
must seem,
must sign,
parent field

3 syllables:
become freed,
alice street,
office street,
adjust speed,
extra speed,
unjust deeds,
added speed,
added treat,
becomes freed,
accent seemed,
adjust these,
adult field,
adult needs,
adult trees,
adult tries,
adults seemed,
agents seemed,
alice green,
conduct deemed,
conduct field,
conduct needs,
conduct seemed,
double reed,
entrust these,
extent deemed,
fully freed

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