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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with comeback:

2 syllables:
hung back,
men back,
ran back,
run back,
swung back,
then back,
brush back,
but back,
flood back,
gum lac,
mus bac,
peg back,
struck back,
thumb tack,
was back,
comes back,
some black,
butt pack,
gun rack,
lung sac,
when jack,
but lack,
dural sac,
nut sack,
him back,
them back,
break ones back,
jam packed,
scum bag,
young black,
blood backs,
blood bank,
blood black,
chief black,
cut bank,
douglas black,
gas black,
judge black,
judge brack,
just back,
rural black,
rushed back,
scaled back,
scales back,
some bad,
thumb tacks,
truck backed,
was backed,
was black,
grub ax,
jumped back,
plump black,
some act,
u ach,
in back,
ring back,
sling back,
spring back,
swing back,
wing back,
chair back,
fell back,
full back,
hair back,
head back,
his back,
hit back,
is back


3 syllables:
allan bakke,
become black,
extra black,
extra track,
money back,
on ones back,
urban black,
added black,
asset backed,
become slack,
cover back,
opaque black,
unless backed,
unless black,
upper back,
allah bakhsh,
allah baksh,
becomes black,
camel back,
slimy black,
unnamed black,
alum rock


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