Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sheet bend:

2 syllables:
they tend,
please spend,
they spend,
been the end,
east end,
lease lend,
my friend,
teeth bared,
these tend,
deep end,
each end,
please send,
sweet breathed,
sweet friend,
they begged,
they send,
three trends,
week end,
by end,
free end,
meat head,
my end,
sweet bread,
they end,
very end,
wheat bread,
dream shared,
leaves edged,
steve yelled,
theme shared,
these shared,
they stared,
trees felled,
seat belt,
speed tends,
sweet scent,
they dared,
beam lead,
bee bread,
been dead,
been held,
by friends,
clean bench,
fry bread,
greek friend,
green bench,
keeps head,
least shared,
my friends,
pious friend,
queen sends,
scheme tends,
sleep tends,
speech tends,
stream tends,
street bears,
street sense,
sweet bells,
sweet sense,
they cared,
they shared,
three friends,
three legged,
fleet bound,
clients spend,
feed head,
fried bread,
keep head,
knead bread,
least spend,
my dead,
my tent,
read head

3 syllables:
concrete bench,
extreme end,
degree bends,
achieve shared,
appeals erred,
areas shared,
belief shared,
ideas shared,
areas tends,
belief tends,
chinese friend,
college friend,
complete sense,
concrete fence,
concrete sense,
degree shared,
furry friend,
ideas tends,
machine sends,
machine tends,
meeting held,
peter yelled,
supreme bench,
unseen friend,
neatly penned

4 syllables:
completely hemmed,
receiving end

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