Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dead air:

2 syllables:
cette terre,
fair hair,
bread where,
spread where,
thread where,
tread where,
good hair,
belle terre,
chest hair,
crest hair,
delle terre,
set fair,
threat where,
chair chair,
chair where,
check where,
death chair,
death where,
deck chair,
dread death,
dwell where,
fair haired,
fair share,
faire faire,
flesh where,
ghare baire,
guess where,
hair care,
heath where,
hedge where,
ledge where,
press where,
share share,
share where,
shell where,
sketch where,
smell where,
spare chair,
spread death,
spread head,
steppe where,
stretch where,
tell where,
them where,
where where,
cared where,
end where,
friend where,
heads where,
leads where,
legged chair,
shared care,
sheds where,
threads share,
threads where,
trend where,
la terre,
met ear,
yet here,
big hair,
breath there,
chief hare,
club hair,
deaf ear,
death there,
his hair,
in hair,
them here,
took care,
well here,
were rare,
with hair,
chess set,
egg head

3 syllables:
ahead where,
addressed herein,
access where,
assess where,
aware where,
excess fare,
excess where,
express where,
hotel where,
motel where,
prairie hare,
progress where,
recess where,
repair where,
success where,
their hair,
unfair share,
yellow hair,
head of hair,
meadow where,
prepared where,
repaired where,
teddy bear,
upheld where,
extra chair,
extra share

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