Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cockhead:

2 syllables:
alt med,
arch head,
are bred,
are dead,
are fed,
are led,
are read,
are red,
are said,
are shed,
are spread,
arms spread,
block head,
blond head,
bob said,
bob sled,
bomb head,
boss said,
box head,
box spread,
bronze head,
bronze red,
carl said,
car bed,
car head,
car sped,
caught dead,
caught red,
charles reade,
charles said,
chopped red,
coch med,
con ed,
cop said,
dark head,
dark spread,
doc said,
dogs head,
dropped dead,
drops dead,
drop head,
far spread,
flock bed,
floss thread,
god head,
god said,
got fed,
hard bread,
hard head,
hogs bread,
hogs head,
hop head,
hot bed,
hot bread,
hot head,
hot red,
jar head,
john said,
jon said,
josh said,
knob head,
knocked dead,
knock dead,
large head,
large red,
large spread,
larks head,
loc led,
marc said,
mark said,
mars red,
mob spread,
mock lead,
mom said,
mop head,
naan bread,
nob spread,
not dead,
not lead,
not led,
not read,
not said,
not shed,
not spread,
on bread,
on dead,
on head,
on lead,
on red,
on said,
pot head,
raw head,
rob said,
rock head,
ron said,
ross said,
scott dred,
scott said,
shock head,
shot dead,
slot head,
soc med,
soft bed,
soft red,
sop ed,
spark lead,
spark spread,
star head,
star read,
stopped dead,
stops dead,
swap spread,
todd said,
tom said,
trop med,
voc ed,
was bred,
was dead,
was fed,
was head,
was led,
was read,
was red,
was said,
was shed,
was spread

4 syllables:
naseem hamed

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