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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oxhead:

2 syllables:
knocks dead,
drops dead,
stops dead,
box spread,
knock dead,
block head,
shock head,
dropped dead,
shalt tread,
square thread,
stopped dead,
block stood,
clock stood,
rocks stood,
stock stood,
dog sleds,
blocks where,
box step,
clark thread,
docks where,
flocks where,
fox wedge,
france leads,
france shared,
from dead,
hard head,
large head,
lock step,
locks where,
mob spread,
nob spread,
not dead,
not lead,
not spared,
not spend,
not spread,
pot lead,
rocks where,
scarce dared,
scott stared,
shot dead,
spots spread,
stock pledged,
stocks where,
swap spread,
box set,
drop head,
from head,
hot head,
mop head,
not send,
once held,
pot head,
shock leads,
spark spread,
black thread,
block blood,
choir stood,
drops stood,
france stood,
lodge stood,
once did,
once stood,
pack thread,
scarce good,
scott stood,
shops stood,
square stood,
knock heads,
st johns bread


3 syllables:
johnson heade,
knock on the head,
knocking dead,
response leads,
passage stood,
soggy bread



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