Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with withstood:

2 syllables:
smith stood,
bridge stood,
cliff stood,
it stood,
mitch stood,
pierre stood,
prince stood,
quinn stood,
ridge stood,
ships stood,
singh stood,
still stood,
there stood,
thing stood,
which stood,
chris stood,
paris stood,
its good,
death stood,
beard stood,
christ stood,
hills stood,
his good,
his mood,
is good,
mills stood,
tears stood,
things stood,
this good,
this mood,
this wood,
twins stood,
whigs stood,
with good,
with wood,
years stood,
twist wood,
drift wood,
in the mood,
silk wood,
spring brood,
blood stood,
books stood,
but stood,
chair stood,
chief stood,
claire stood,
clare stood,
dress stood,
fence stood,
fixed head,
flesh stood,
floor stood,
has stood,
its stead,
jesse stood,
judge stood,
man stood,
men stood,
moore stood,
share stood,
steps stood,
stood stood,
sweat stood,
then stood,
truck stood,
trucks stood,
where stood,
being good,
bring good,
did good,
him good,
if good,
in good,
in wood,
it good,
king wood,
ships goods,
ships pulled,
since goods

3 syllables:
virgin stood,
billy stood,
issue stood,
jimmy stood,
kitty stood,
miller stood,
mirror stood,
pillar stood,
river stood,
willie stood,
judith stood,
lewis stood,
ahead stood,
assets stood,
entrance stood,
hotel stood,
janet stood,
michelle stood,
uncle stood,
olive wood

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See withstood used in context: 11 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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