Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with implead:

7 letters:
in deed,
if need,
is need,
is read,
is tied,
it need,
it read,
in need

8 letters:
lip read,
in speed,
is freed,
its need,
pin feed,
his need,
til seed,
his seed,
imply an

9 letters:
drip feed,
his speed,
his creed,
its speed,
hemp seed,
it please,
this deed,
this need,
tick weed,
were tied,
will feed,
will need,
will read,
him leave,
simply do,
simply an,
simply as,
simply in,
simply is,
simply of,
simply on

10 letters:
this speed,
stir fried,
were freed,
with speed,
being read,
being tied,
kick pleat,
ditch weed,
film speed,
stick seed,
still need,
there need,
which feed,
which need,
which read,
drip feeds,
simply had,
simply and,
simply did,
cumin seed,
simply are

11 letters:
climb speed,
crimp beads,
being freed,
since speed,
swing speed,
click speed,
drill speed,
quick speed,
sheer greed,
sheer speed,
thick tweed,
print bleed,
crisp fried,
will please,
simply said,
until freed,
little heed,
simple leaf,
simply have

12 letters:
shrimp fried,
limbs seemed,
paris spleen,
there please,
shrimp fleet,
chris leaned,
ships seemed,
simply heard,
simply aimed,
simply bowed,
simply urged,
bishop meade,
simon leaned

13 letters:
being cleaned,
there gleamed,
simply obeyed,
simply showed,
simply viewed,
quickly heard

Some other possibilities:

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