Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cul de sac:

2 syllables:
scaled back,
get the sack,
rural black,
scales back,
nut sack,
flood back,
front track,
just back,
rushed back,
blood black,
break ones back,
butt crack,
chief black,
comes back,
douglas black,
gas black,
judge black,
judge brack,
mud crack,
some black,
stress crack,
was black,
young black,
held back,
pulled back,
but back,
but lack,
butt pack,
cut back,
get back,
put back,
thumb tack,
brush back,
bulk tank,
come back,
gum lac,
gun rack,
hung back,
loved black,
lunch sacks,
lunch snack,
man jack,
mel blanc,
men back,
mus bac,
peg back,
pulse takes,
ran back,
run back,
rural blacks,
skull cracked,
struck back,
swung back,
then back,
was back,
when jack,
filled sacks,
blood backs,
blood bank,
blood lacks,
blood takes,
stuff sacks

3 syllables:
settled back,
added black,
become black,
become slack,
on ones back,
opaque black,
unless black,
urban black,
adult black,
extra track,
results at,
allan bakke,
becomes slack,
beloved black,
below black,
color black,
colour black,
extra black,
fully black,
loyal black,
merle black,
pleural plaque,
royal black,
uncle frank,
unnamed black,
adult takes,
adults asked,
result takes,
results takes,
uncle takes,
added tax,
colored black,
colored chalks,
coloured black,
coloured chalks,
gunny sack,
throttled back,
towel rack

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