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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with homestead:

2 syllables:
bolt head,
broke bread,
could lead,
dole bread,
gross spread,
loaf bread,
lose thread,
should dread,
should lead,
stone stood,
throne stood,
to spread,
whose bread,
would lead,
boats stood,
coach stood,
nose stud,
one dead,
phoebe stood,
stone dead,
stove stood,
one step,
stone stair,
stone stelae,
to be dead,
broke step,
cloth spread,
cloths spread,
could tread,
dough bread,
growth spread,
should tread,
smoke spread,
sow bread,
throat swelled,
throw bread,
to tread,
whole step,
would tend,
would tread,
chloe stood,
homes stood,
now stood,
who stood,
bone head,
does head,
lose head,
now dead,
one celled,
one head,
whose head,
crow step,
foam cell,
home stretch,
ropes end,
so scared,
to lead,
to spend,
to stare,
to step,
two step,
who lead,
who spend,
broke sweat,
goals leads,
goals shared,
homes where,
known friend,
loan blend,
no head,
one friend,
roles leads,
to head,
to mend,
to send,
to tend,
toast bread,
tow head,
who tend


3 syllables:
alone stood,
above stood,
alone spend,
women tend,
go to head,
growing dread,
throwing bread,
unknown friend,
women stared


4 syllables:
chromosomes where,
ribosomes where


Some other possibilities:

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