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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with eastwood:

2 syllables:
beauty stood,
they stood,
three stood,
beast stood,
green wood,
leased goods,
peach wood,
priests stood,
by wood,
chiefs stood,
dry wood,
fleet stood,
greeks stood,
green stood,
keith stood,
league stood,
peaks stood,
queen stood,
scene stood,
screen stood,
sheep stood,
steve stood,
street stood,
streets stood,
sweet woods,
trees stood,
wheat stood,
wheel stood,
feels good,
leaved woods,
these good,
been good,
by the rood,
feel good,
real good,
least width,
twist wood,
these woods,
beech woods,
by good,
fleece wool,
free good,
green woods,
lease goods,
my good,
piece goods,
sheet goods,
sheet pulled,
steep woods,
sweet goods,
three good,
very good,
beauty spread,
peace spread,
surely spread,
they spread,
wheel tread,
been cured


3 syllables:
ancient woods,
college stood,
extreme stood,
gabriel stood,
irene stood,
machine stood,
cedar wood,
chinese goods,
concrete goods,
lima wood,
priest stood,
chinese blood,
decrease blood,
abbey stood,
annie stood,
barry stood,
becky stood,
betty stood,
billy stood,
bobby stood,
brian stood,
brier wood,
carrie stood,
casey stood,
cassie stood,
china stood,
clearly stood,
clergy stood,
concrete cured,
connie stood,
daddy stood,
danny stood,
eastern woods,
eddie stood,
either stood,
ellie stood


4 syllables:
pharisee stood,
adrian stood,
already stood,
emily stood,
employees stood


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