Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hyrax:

2 syllables:
buy backs,
fight takes,
flight takes,
knight takes,
light takes,
night takes,
quite takes,
right takes,
side ax,
sight takes,
style lacks,
wright takes,
flight tracks,
spice racks,
bride takes,
crime takes,
drive takes,
guide takes,
high hats,
high mass,
high pass,
light tanks,
light tasks,
light trance,
light traps,
price takes,
pride takes,
strike takes,
style takes,
tight wraps,
tribe takes,
high brass,
rye grass,
slight cracks,
guy fawkes,
night hawks,
night talks,
pay tax,
plate takes,
shire horse,
slate ax,
state takes,
state tax,
tay sachs,
weight takes,
brine baths,
flight paths,
high backed,
high rank,
hire and,
light baths,
light dance,
light paths,
line dance,
might act,
might chance,
might dance,
might lapse,
night dance,
price paths,
right paths,
sight paths,
slight chance,
slight lapse,
style dance,
style lamps

3 syllables:
chiefly takes,
desire takes,
empire takes,
buyer takes,
decline takes,
design lacks,
design takes,
emile jaques,
excise tax,
recipe takes,
acquire facts,
assign ranks,
drying racks,
kunai grass,
debate takes,
delay takes,
estate takes,
estate tax,
female lacks,
survey takes,
today lacks,
today takes,
update takes,
acquire and,
admire and,
briefly glance,
desire and,
divine dance,
empire and,
favourite dance,
provide paths

4 syllables:
predicate takes,
entire dance,
molokai ranch

Some other possibilities:

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