Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with backlight:

2 syllables:
back light,
black light,
black knight,
black might,
black night,
black white,
brass light,
catch light,
class light,
crack right,
dash light,
fan light,
flash light,
glass light,
laugh quite,
match light,
packed height,
packed tight,
than light,
that light,
track might,
track right,
what light,
black lights,
packed light,
shall light,
stack height,
takes light,
track height,
track lights,
stag night,
at night,
at right,
at sight,
at site,
at white,
cache write,
catch sight,
clash might,
class might,
class right,
class white,
class write,
crash might,
crash right,
douglass white,
flash white,
glass might,
glass right,
graham white,
graph might,
grass might,
grass right,
masse cuite,
match might,
match right,
matte white,
pad site,
patch might,
plant height,
shall fight,
shall right,
shall write,
slant height,
snapped tight,
sprang right,
staff might,
staff right,
stand height,
than might,
than white,
that might,
that night,
that right,
that site,
that white,
what might,
what right,
wrapped tight,
wrath might,
block light

3 syllables:
assam light,
attack might,
attack right,
attack white,
exact height,
abstract light,
attract light,
refract light,
behalf might,
chiang might,
combat might,
japan might,
japan right

4 syllables:
abraham white,
diplomat might

Some other possibilities:

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