Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with snakehead:

2 syllables:
shakes head,
shake head,
snake head,
base head,
gave head,
lay dead,
may lead,
nail head,
naked heads,
play dead,
rail head,
snake sheds,
take the lead,
tape head,
trail head,
bay head,
snake haired,
snake heads,
make good,
snake wood,
take good,
craig baird,
stake net,
vague dread,
baked egg,
brain leads,
chain leads,
claim leads,
faith leads,
faith shared,
frail thread,
freight sheds,
grace leads,
grace stared,
grain bread,
have cared,
have dared,
have fared,
have shared,
maize bread,
make them,
male thread,
may spend,
may spread,
nail tread,
phase leads,
phrase leads,
place bread,
place leads,
place smelled,
plain bread,
plane leads,
plate leads,
raised heads,
shaped heads,
shaved heads,
space leads,
space shared,
stage leads,
stake where,
stale bread,
state leads,
straight legged,
straight thread,
strain leads,
take the air,
take them,
trade leads,
train sheds,
trait shared,
weight leads,
baked bread,
bakes bread

3 syllables:
became head,
erase head,
shaken head,
shaking head,
always cared,
always leads,
always paired,
always shared,
became wedged,
create shared,
delay spread,
detailed heads,
domain leads,
female thread,
obtain bread,
obtain leads,
pay per lead,
remain paired,
today spend,
always held,
baker legged,
became heads

4 syllables:
erasing head,
japanese tendai

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