Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with implead:

2 syllables:
climb speed,
crimp beads,
drip feed,
his speed,
lip read,
shrimp fried,
this speed,
being freed,
in speed,
since speed,
swing speed,
click speed,
drill speed,
his creed,
is freed,
its need,
its speed,
quick speed,
sheer greed,
sheer speed,
stir fried,
thick tweed,
were freed,
with speed,
hemp seed,
print bleed,
being cleaned,
being read,
being tied,
in deed,
kick pleat,
pin feed,
crisp fried,
ditch weed,
film speed,
his need,
if need,
is need,
is read,
is tied,
it need,
it please,
it read,
limbs seemed,
paris spleen,
stick seed,
still need,
there gleamed,
there need,
there please,
this deed,
this need,
tick weed,
til seed,
were tied,
which feed,
which need,
which read,
will feed,
will need,
will please,
will read,
in need,
shrimp fleet,
chris leaned,
drip feeds,
him leave,
his seed,
ships seemed

3 syllables:
simply had,
simply heard,
simply aimed,
simply and,
simply bowed,
simply did,
simply obeyed,
simply said,
simply showed,
simply urged,
simply viewed,
until freed,
cumin seed,
bishop meade,
simply do,
imply an,
little heed,
quickly heard,
simon leaned,
simple leaf,
simply an,
simply are,
simply as,
simply have,
simply in,
simply is,
simply of,
simply on

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