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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with intact:

2 syllables:
in the act,
clint asked,
hint at,
in act,
being backed,
being packed,
being tapped,
in last,
in past,
is backed,
is packed,
it lacked,
mere fact,
stiff backed,
still packed,
there lacked,
this fact,
were packed,
which fact,
which lacked,
being taxed,
being tracked,
dined at,
grinned at,
signed at,
thing taxed,
built at,
christ asked,
christ at,
his act,
in. that,
in alt,
in fat,
in rat,
in tax,
in that,
in what,
is taxed,
list at,
lynch asked,
picked at,
prince asked,
print paste,
sin tax,
sin that,
since at,
skin that,
still lacked,
this act,
this tract,
tipped hat,
vince asked,
were stacked,
which act,
will act,
being dashed,
being cast,
being mapped,
being matched,
being passed,
being wrapped,
bit at,
cousin asked,
flynn asked,
him last,
hint that,
hints at,
hit at,
in. at,
in acts,
in at,
inn at,
it acts,
it asked,
it at,
limbs ached,
lynne asked,
min at,
quinn asked,
schmidt asked,
shrimp paste,
sit at,
skin at,
spit at,
spring passed,
string passed,
string wrapped,
thick dashed,
thing passed,
thing wrapped,
whim shaft


3 syllables:
assist at,
conflict at,
exist at,
devlin asked,
into at,
to hint at


4 syllables:
violin takes


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