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

2 syllables:
fresh sheet,
stew meat,
bread wheat,
lead sheet,
spread sheet,
did eat,
bare feet,
bear meat,
bell seat,
check sheet,
claire reached,
death seat,
fresh meat,
fresh sheets,
fresh wheat,
press sheet,
share reached,
spec sheet,
where wheat,
bread wheats,
spread sheets,
can eat,
his seat,
swim meet,
will eat,
yet each,
death theme,
death these,
fresh sheep,
shell heap,
tell each,
them each,
wedge heel,
where each,
did meet,
head at,
head out,
lead it,
lead out,
mid east,
spread it,
spread out,
sprouted wheat,
chest eased,
dressed meats,
kept feet,
rechte seite,
rest seat,
spelt wheat,
threat meant

3 syllables:
any at,
belly out,
bury it,
carry eight,
carry it,
carry out,
deny it,
progress ceased,
progress sheet,
eddie might,
eddie thought,
eddie wrote,
eddy kite,
freddie thought,
freddy thought,
jeder seite,
prepared sheet,
steady heart,
steady light,
steady weight,
steady white,
teddy thought,
teddy white,
extra sheet,
ahead at,
giddy height,
beta sheet,
betty might,
betty thought,
betty white,
betty wright,
betty wrote,
eddie heard,
except wheat,
letter sheet,
pretty light,
pretty night,
pretty right,
pretty sight,
pretty thought,
pretty tight,
pretty white,
protect sheet,
sweaty shirt

4 syllables:
library at,
library ought,
majesty ought

5 syllables:
necessary at,
necessary height,
necessary it

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