Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sainthood:

2 syllables:
chase stood,
grace stood,
place stood,
space stood,
shane stood,
spain stood,
train stood,
wayne stood,
same good,
have good,
late wood,
made good,
said good,
take good,
trade good,
frame stood,
blake stood,
craig stood,
drake stood,
faith stood,
gates stood,
grave stood,
have stood,
maine woods,
plain goods,
plane pulled,
rates stood,
shape stood,
slave stood,
stage stood,
state stood,
states stood,
trade stood,
train pulled,
brain dead,
vain did,
price stood,
case goods,
freight goods,
grace pulled,
grade goods,
grave goods,
have pulled,
makes good,
place goods,
plain wool,
plane shook,
stage pulled,
straight goods,
trade goods,
weight pulled,
cane toad,
mount hood,
shrine stood,
grained woods,
james stood,
names stood,
baked goods,
based goods,
chain hook,
change took,
gate hook,
graves stood,
gray goods,
naked woods

3 syllables:
elaine stood,
always good,
always stood,
brigade stood,
contain goods,
mayor stood,
obtain goods,
player stood,
reclaim goods,
saying good,
always pulled,
always took,
create goods,
retail goods,
complaint heard,
jamie stood,
obtained goods,
baker stood,
campaign tours,
casey stood,
davis stood,
drawers stood,
exchange goods,
katie stood,
later stood,
mayor goode,
obtains goods,
paper stood

4 syllables:
japanese goods,
ascertained goods,
creature stood

Some other possibilities:

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