Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spudded:

2 syllables:
mud hut,
blood as,
blood assay,
blood has,
blood on,
mud hen,
rum bud,
u dub,
blood blood,
la de da,
ta da,
ta dah,
be on head,
club head,
drum head,
hung head,
in a.d.,
rag head,
then head,
truss head,
tut tut,
was head,
ben nut,
but am,
but an,
but as,
but has,
but on,
but ten,
but up,
butt on,
butt up,
cut as,
cut on,
cut up,
get an,
get as,
get on,
get up,
get us,
let an,
let on,
let up,
let us,
put an,
put as,
put on,
put up,
put us,
shut up,
ban on,
be a man,
break a leg,
brush on,
brush up,
buck up,
budge up,
bung up,
can an,
can as,
can on,
chalk up,
chuck up,
chum up,
club has,
club on,
come as

3 syllables:
acid head,
acid as,
acid has,
acid on,
added an,
added as,
added on,
added up,
ended as,
ended on,
ended up,
extra blood,
russia had,
sea mud,
added blood,
become dulled,
buddha and,
buddha heads,
farah aidid,
pudden head,
abut on,
a leg up,
advice as,
advice on,
arise as,
arise on,
as much as,
become an,
become as,
become much,
begun as,
begun on

4 syllables:
amanda heard

Some other possibilities:

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