Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with instead:

2 syllables:
fixed head,
its stead,
his stead,
print head,
prince stood,
quinn stood,
being stared,
his dead,
is dead,
his lead,
its head,
since spread,
smith stared,
still stared,
thick stemmed,
this lead,
link dead,
bring bread,
chris stared,
his head,
in head,
is head,
pin head,
pit head,
print heads,
shit head,
swing the lead,
this head,
his bread,
is spread,
lisle thread,
pitch thread,
ship bread,
singh stood,
thick bread,
thick thread,
thing stood,
this bread,
with bread,
with dread,
being dead,
bridge stood,
cliff stood,
good stead,
him dead,
it stood,
mitch stood,
pierre stood,
ridge stood,
ships stood,
smith stood,
still stood,
there stood,
which stood,
being scared,
being spared,
being spread,
limb lead,
since death,
were dead,
with dead,
big step,
chill spread,
fierce stare,
fixed air,
in breadth,
it smelled,
it spread,
its spread,
pince nez,
prince where,
quick spread,
ships spread,
since where,
still scared,
still smelled,
still spend,
still spread,
there spend,
there spread,
were spared,
were spread,
which lead,
which spread,
will spend,
will spread,
with lead

3 syllables:
virgin stood,
their stead,
olive bread,
until bread,
convince them,
ginger bread,
sinew thread

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