Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with well-read:

2 syllables:
belle meade,
press speed,
bread fried,
death freed,
felt need,
fresh fried,
pressure feed,
rare breed,
self seed,
shell beads,
smell seemed,
spell seemed,
well heeled,
being read,
can read,
dill seed,
dill weed,
ditch reed,
has read,
is read,
it read,
lip read,
still need,
then read,
til seed,
was read,
when read,
which read,
will feed,
will need,
bell seat,
air speed,
breast feed,
breath seemed,
care needs,
chair needs,
chair seemed,
check field,
claire leaned,
claire seemed,
death needs,
death seemed,
deaths seemed,
delle chiese,
dress seemed,
flesh seemed,
french weed,
fresh field,
fresh needs,
fresh seeds,
glare shield,
health these,
held each,
help each,
hemp seed,
hence speed,
less need,
nelle chiese,
net yield,
press needs

3 syllables:
access speed,
excess speed,
express speed,
ever read,
henry had,
henry heard,
hotel seemed,
never read,
dairy herd,
jerry heard,
kelly heard,
marie heard,
mary had,
mellard reade,
parry heide,
yellow reeds,
access field,
access needs,
access speeds,
address seemed,
ahead seemed,
any need,
assess needs,
compel these,
defense seemed,
ever need,
express needs,
fairly heard,
hotel beach,
hotel scene,
janet seemed,
merely heard,
neufchatel cheese,
never need,
never shied,
o'hare field

4 syllables:
canary seed,
majesty had

Some other possibilities:

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