Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wellhead:

2 syllables:
fell dead,
well head,
deaths head,
kept head,
pressure head,
air head,
dead head,
egg head,
meth head,
spread head,
swelled heads,
twelve heads,
well cared,
bell end,
hell did,
pulls head,
well did,
delle sette,
well met,
well set,
air thread,
bare legged,
bared heads,
bell deck,
belle femme,
belle terre,
best end,
bread bread,
breast heaved,
cell death,
cell yell,
chest heaved,
death leads,
delle belle,
delle terre,
dense heads,
dwell where,
fresh bread,
heads heads,
krems lead,
left end,
pell mell,
press spread,
pressure heads,
sell them,
share bread,
shares held,
shell shell,
shell where,
smell death,
smell where,
spell check,
spell death,
spelled death,
spread bread,
stair leads,
stair tread,
tell them,
tell where,
the west end,
thread thread,
well deck,
well well,
west end,
where bread,
bull head,
mill head,
pull head,
will lead,
cells leads,
dead end,
fair haired,
head end,
health leads

3 syllables:
access shared,
compel them,
edith head,
excess leads,
excess spread,
excess thread,
head to head,
hotel belle,
hotel check,
hotel where,
metal head,
motel where,
progress leads,
subject heads,
success leads,
success spread,
success stemmed,
tea bread,
their dead,
feather head,
hemi head,
leather head

4 syllables:
propeller head,
cigarette end

Some other possibilities:

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