Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with roundhead:

2 syllables:
found dead,
round head,
brown thread,
found bread,
ground leads,
ground shared,
pound shelled,
round bread,
crowned heads,
ground heaved,
own head,
round heads,
sound heads,
bought bread,
brought bread,
stout thread,
and lead,
hand lead,
pound net,
wound dressed,
bound them,
bound where,
crown spread,
found them,
found where,
ground check,
ground where,
ground wren,
mound where,
pound penne,
pound shell,
round shell,
round them,
round where,
sound check,
sound where,
wound care,
wound where,
and dead,
and head,
band head,
count heads,
cows head,
crowd yelled,
found death,
found friend,
found spread,
ground heave,
ground tends,
own death,
round the bend,
sound scared,
sound spelled,
sound swelled,
sound tends,
sound welds,
your head,
brown blood,
brown flood,
brown stood,
drawn thread,
own blood,
shall dread,
brown edged,
brown haired,
brown heads,
count them,
count where,
house dressed,
mount pelĂ©e,
mount where,
proud heads,
south trend

3 syllables:
around shared,
compound heads,
account leads,
around dressed,
fountain head,
abound where,
around them,
around where,
compound where,
enough bread,
enough thread,
surround them,
around bends,
around death,
around the bend,
compounds leads,
rounded heads,
account where,
amount share,
amount where,
our dead

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