Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quick bread:

2 syllables:
thick thread,
is spread,
fixed head,
lisle thread,
pitch thread,
with dread,
in breadth,
niche breadth,
sheer breadth,
silk thread,
still breathed,
there breathed,
thick threads,
spear head,
in the lead,
its stead,
link dead,
swing the lead,
prick blood,
spring brood,
stick blood,
thick blood,
being spread,
chill spread,
clip lead,
it spread,
its spread,
pig lead,
ships spread,
since spread,
still spread,
there spread,
were spread,
which spread,
will spread,
being dead,
chill breath,
dear friend,
him dead,
his breath,
his dead,
his friend,
his lead,
his stead,
in the head,
is dead,
its head,
limb lead,
paris friend,
print head,
still breathe,
swiss friend,
there breathe,
thick stemmed,
this friend,
this lead,
this trend,
were dead,
which lead,
wicked wretch,
with dead,
with lead,
thick braid,
big bend,
big head,
bridge head,
did head,
hid head,
his head,
in head,
is head,
its breadth,
mill head,
mixed trend,
pill head,
pin head,
pit head,
shit head,
this head,
trick leads,
twin beds,
will lead,
with head

3 syllables:
conflict leads,
growing dread,
sewing thread,
sinew thread,
tying thread,
conflict spread,
chicken head,
clear thread,
enriched breads,
finger breadth,
magic thread,
pitta breads,
predict trends,
sticky threads,
topic thread

4 syllables:
unselfish friend,
mosaic spread

Some other possibilities:

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