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

8 letters:
you lead,
new head,
you send,
you tend


9 letters:
cool head,
new trend,
tooth bud,
truth set,
new press,
you press,
you spend,
blue wren,
drew them,
knew them,
loose end,
view them,
group did,
new blood,
you stood,
scoop net


10 letters:
loose head,
new friend,
tooth wear,
new trends,
threw them,
tooth edge,
blue blood,
drew blood,
human head,
doing head


11 letters:
threw bread,
true threat,
fruit bread,
spoon bread,
true friend,
truth leads,
booth where,
drew breath,
group leads,
threw fresh,
tooth shell,
tooth where,
truth where,
you breathe,
few friends,
group heads,
loose heads,
moose heads,
new friends,
soon spread,
truth tends,
bruce stood,
louis rhead,
abuse leads,
bedroom set


12 letters:
smooth trend,
group shared,
plumed heads,
smooth shell,
smooth where,
views shared,
fruit spread,
gloom spread,
group spread,
roots spread,
school heads,
school leads,
smooth blend,
true friends,
views spread,
chew the cud,
remove bread,
ballou press,
review press,
acute threat,
cuckoo bread,
review leads,
truer friend,
produce good,
medusas head,
absolute dud


13 letters:
loose threads,
smooth haired,
group chaired,
groups spread,
school friend,
troops spread,
presumed dead,
produce bread,
reduce spread,
reduce threat,
harpoon heads,
review trends,
use your head,
produce sweat


14 letters:
renewed threat,
diffuse spread,
produced bread,
absolute dread,
molecule leads


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