Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cutback:

2 syllables:
flood back,
brush back,
but lack,
hung back,
men back,
mus bac,
nut sack,
peg back,
ran back,
run back,
struck back,
swung back,
then back,
was back,
cut bank,
just back,
rushed back,
dural sac,
gum lac,
gun rack,
lung sac,
thumb tack,
when jack,
hit back,
it back,
blood backs,
blood bank,
blood black,
scaled back,
break ones back,
butt crack,
chief black,
comes back,
douglas black,
front track,
gas black,
get the sack,
judge black,
judge brack,
rural black,
scales back,
some black,
truck backed,
was backed,
was black,
young black,
but takes,
crushed black,
grub ax,
jumped back,
parent black,
scuffed black,
sergeant black,
sliced black,
u ach,
head back,
jet pack,
lead back,
stood back,
wet pack,
chair back,
fell back,
full back

3 syllables:
allan bakke,
extra track,
asset backed,
extra black,
added black,
become black,
cover back,
extra tracks,
money back,
on ones back,
opaque black,
unless backed,
unless black,
upper back,
urban black,
adult black,
allah bakhsh,
allah baksh,
cutting back,
greater black,
putting back,
quiet black,
sea tac,
to get back,
to put back

4 syllables:
accurate track

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