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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spot weld:

2 syllables:
heart welled,
not held,
not bend,
not dared,
not lend,
not send,
not shared,
once held,
not dead,
not end,
not lead,
not tend,
pot lead,
shot dead,
got well,
heart swelled,
hearts swelled,
hot head,
hot well,
not well,
pot head,
blond haired,
blonde haired,
dark haired,
dog legged,
hard edged,
heart heaved,
prof. baird,
scotch laird,
sharp edged,
sharp end,
guard yelled,
not build,
not filled,
not killed,
scott pulled,
hard shelled,
not dealt,
not felt,
shot belt,
dog end,
dog whelk,
drop dead,
far end,
from dead,
from end,
from wells,
hard head,
knob end,
knock dead,
large head,
not self,
not spared,
not spend,
scott stared,
square edged,
square wells,
stop dead,
the top end,
top end,
scott would,
that held,
yacht would,
block head,
both well,
crowd yelled,
drop head,
dropped dead,
from head,
from twelve,
from well,
hot cell,
job well,
mop head,
not help,
not sell,
not wear,
not where,
scott tells,
shalt tread,
shock head,
stopped dead,
and held,
court held,
doubt shared,
fault trend,
hand held,
house smelled


3 syllables:
father yelled,
bottom end,
closely held,
horace wells,
often held,
only held,
depot would,
bourgeois wealth,
cromwell and,
cromwell lived,
depot where,
thomas welde



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