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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with class act:

2 syllables:
brass hat,
glass at,
mass at,
pass at,
black ant,
strap passed,
at at,
back at,
backs ached,
bad at,
bad hat,
bath at,
black backed,
black cat,
black hat,
catch at,
chang asked,
crack at,
flat hat,
glass paste,
glass smashed,
grab at,
graham asked,
grass thatched,
had asked,
had at,
had backed,
had packed,
hang hat,
laugh that,
mad at,
path that,
plan at,
rat tat,
sat at,
shall at,
snap at,
snatch at,
staff asked,
staff at,
staff lacked,
than at,
that acts,
that at,
that fact,
what at,
ask at,
blacks lacked,
cast at,
chance asked,
chance at,
dance at,
fast tracked,
glance at,
glass cracked,
glass that,
grasp at,
grass that,
had sat,
jacques asked,
lance asked,
last at,
mass that,
pass the hat,
passed at,
task at,
tax at,
that sat,
vance asked,
cross hatched,
house ant,
though backed,
brass and,
glass and,
grass and,
mass and,
pass and,
at last,
black paste

3 syllables:
attack at,
chiang asked,
japan asked,
japan at,
japan lacked,
suzanne asked,
advance at,
aghast at,
cassie asked,
nasser asked,
tracy asked,
compass and,
a$ap nast,
attack craft,
attack passed,
combat takes

4 syllables:
abraham asked,
abraham passed

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