Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stop dead:

2 syllables:
hard head,
drop head,
mop head,
large head,
not lead,
pot lead,
capped heads,
cropped heads,
hot head,
pot head,
block head,
blond haired,
blond heads,
blonde haired,
from head,
hard edged,
hard lead,
not dared,
shock head,
top deck,
the top end,
top end,
and head,
bald head,
band head,
crowned head,
john did,
round head,
scald head,
whom did,
bond debt,
dropped egg,
giant heads,
heart heaved,
shalt tread,
blond hair,
blonde hair,
bronze heads,
cause death,
cause leads,
caused death,
cot death,
dark haired,
dog legged,
drop press,
drop them,
from death,
guard hair,
hard edge,
knop sedge,
large heads,
mop fair,
not bend,
not dare,
not death,
not lend,
not send,
not shared,
once held,
prof. baird,
scotch laird,
sharp edged,
sharp end,
shock leads,
shop bell,
shop where,
spot weld,
square thread,
top shell,
god did,
knob end,
not end,
not held,
not tend,
box spread,
carved heads,
dog end,
far end,
from end,
guard yelled,
hard shelled,
knock heads,
mob spread

3 syllables:
poppet head,
dado head,
poppy head,
bobble head,
bonnet head,
bodley head,
bourgeois press,
embrace death,
lllinois press,
oval head,
passage leads,
regard death,
drop-dead day,
bizarre death,
copper leads,
enlarged heads

4 syllables:
off the top of head

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