Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aircraft:

2 syllables:
chair crashed,
share draft,
mesh graft,
where grant,
fresh draft,
shell cracked,
shell crashed,
hair shaft,
share drafts,
stair shaft,
bear cat,
death grant,
fresh grant,
air plant,
air slacked,
heads wrapped,
pressure shaft,
stepped shaft,
where plant,
chris craft,
chris kraft,
his craft,
rural craft,
witch craft,
cleft graft,
crest graft,
stent graft,
bread wrapped,
delle fratte,
etc. that,
french draft,
fresh drafts,
length at,
length that,
sex act,
shares that,
shells crashed,
strength at,
strength that,
tent. draft,
air act,
air crash,
air that,
bear that,
care that,
care what,
chair that,
check cashed,
check that,
checked at,
dead cat,
desk at,
etc. at,
fair that

3 syllables:
prepared draft,
narrow craft,
their craft,
fellow craft,
heavy craft,
leather craft,
lesser craft,
prepared drafts,
propelled craft,
access grant,
express grant,
object wrapped,
repair plant,
urban craft,
access grafts,
cary grant,
petty graft,
prevent graft,
access shaft,
agent draft,
bearing shaft,
declares that,
heavy draft,
merely wrapped,
narrow tract,
never cracked,
recent draft,
repair cracks,
severe graft,
aware that,
complex at,
direct at,
effect at,
ellen craft

4 syllables:
primary graft,
lamellar graft,
library grant,
paragraph eight,
domestic craft,
every craft

5 syllables:
necessary draft,
olivary tract

Some other possibilities:

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