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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with staghead:

2 syllables:
amp head,
am dead,
am med,
anne said,
ask spread,
ass head,
as fed,
at head,
at red,
avf lead,
back spread,
band head,
black head,
black red,
black thread,
brad said,
brass bed,
canned bread,
can lead,
can read,
can shed,
can spread,
catch dead,
cat head,
crack head,
crack spread,
dad said,
dan said,
fat head,
flange head,
flat bed,
flat bread,
flat head,
frank said,
gatch bed,
grass fed,
had bled,
had bred,
had fed,
had fled,
had led,
had read,
had red,
had said,
had shed,
had sped,
had spread,
half bred,
half dead,
half head,
half read,
hal said,
hand lead,
hangs head,
hang head,
hank said,
hast said,
has bred,
has fled,
has lead,
has led,
has read,
has said,
has spread,
hath said,
hat head,
have bled,
have bred,
have fed,
have fled,
have led,
have read,
have said,
have shed,
have spread,
jack said,
jan said,
lab med,
lambs bread,
lamb bed,
land lead,
last shred,
mac said,
man said,
mast bed,
mast head,
match head,
matt said,
mat med,
max ed,
max said,
nags head,
nan bread,
nat med,
packed bed,
packed red,
pack thread,
pam said,
pan head,
patch lead,
paths lead,
path led,
pat said,
plank bed,
rag head,
ralph said,
rams head,
ram head,
rats fed,
sad bread,
sam said,
sand bed,
scalled head,
scratched head,
scratch head,
shall lead,
shall read,
stag head,
stamp head,
stan said,
strap head,
tan bed,
than red,
that bed,
that dead,
that fed,
that fred,
that head,
that lead,
that led,
that read,
that red,
that said,
that spread,
valve head,
zack said

3 syllables:
demand led,
diane said,
navcams med

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