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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with back end:

2 syllables:
black haired,
that tend,
crack head,
shag haired,
had dared,
had held,
that held,
fag ends,
tag ends,
at head,
cat head,
fat head,
flat head,
hang head,
hash head,
pan head,
pat pend,
scratch head,
shall lead,
shall send,
tack weld,
that ends,
that head,
that tends,
ax head,
black friend,
black heads,
black lead,
crack heads,
track heads,
had dined,
not tend,
jack kemp,
and held,
black hairs,
black health,
brca2 genes,
class sense,
class shared,
had begged,
had shared,
hand held,
lab bench,
land held,
lap weld,
shall hence,
staff shared,
ac and,
black and,
black hand,
black owned,
block head,
crack and,
jack and,
mac and,
pack and,
rack and,
sac and,
sack and,
sack winged,
shock head,
slack hand,
stack and,
track and,
black rent,
nags head,
pack tent,
rack rent,
amp head,
and dead,
and ends,
and head,
and send,
band head,
black hair,
blacks shared,
brass heads,
class tends,
flash heads,
frank yelled


3 syllables:
again had,
again heard,
contact tends,
attack killed,
shaggy haired,
affair had,
japan shared,
attack and,
again aimed,
again and,
again bowed,
again made,
again named,
again needs,
again showed,
again urged,
again viewed,
stagger head,
affair and,
arrow head


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