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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with screw thread:

2 syllables:
threw bread,
true threat,
cool head,
fruit bread,
loose head,
new friend,
new trend,
spoon bread,
true friend,
truth leads,
you lead,
loose threads,
new head,
smooth haired,
smooth trend,
tooth bud,
truth set,
booth where,
drew breath,
group chaired,
group leads,
group shared,
new press,
plumed heads,
smooth shell,
smooth where,
threw fresh,
tooth shell,
tooth wear,
tooth where,
truth where,
views shared,
you breathe,
you press,
you spend,
blue wren,
drew them,
few friends,
fruit spread,
gloom spread,
group heads,
group spread,
groups spread,
knew them,
loose end,
loose heads,
moose heads,
new friends,
new trends,
roots spread,
school friend,
school heads,
school leads,
smooth blend,
soon spread,
threw them,
tooth edge,
troops spread,
true friends,
truth tends,
view them,
views spread,
you send,
you tend,
chew the cud,
blue blood,
bruce stood,
drew blood,
group did,
new blood,
you stood,
scoop net


3 syllables:
presumed dead,
louis rhead,
produce bread,
reduce spread,
remove bread,
abuse leads,
ballou press,
human head,
review press,
acute threat,
reduce threat,
renewed threat,
cuckoo bread,
diffuse spread,
doing head,
harpoon heads,
produced bread,
review leads,
review trends,
truer friend,
use your head,
produce good,
bedroom set,
produce sweat


4 syllables:
absolute dread,
medusas head,
molecule leads,
absolute dud


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