Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pipe rack:

2 syllables:
flight track,
might track,
right track,
sprite track,
eye black,
bite back,
drive back,
fight back,
give back,
ride back,
right back,
strike back,
time back,
wight bakke,
write back,
buy back,
fly back,
flight tracks,
guide track,
might crack,
slight crack,
spice racks,
high rank,
eight track,
scrape back,
straight track,
white rock,
bright black,
dried black,
high brass,
light black,
like black,
night black,
quite black,
slight black,
style black,
tight black,
tribe takes,
while black,
white black,
write black,
bites back,
bride takes,
crime takes,
drive takes,
fly trap,
give the sack,
guide takes,
life mask,
light snack,
might smack,
might thank,
miles back,
night snack,
price takes,
pride takes,
prime bank,
rice rat,
right bank,
right smack,
rights act,
rye grass,
smiled back,
strike takes,
strikes back,
style takes,
type that,
white rat,
white trash

3 syllables:
on the right track,
chiefly black,
describe black,
decile rank,
recipe takes,
senile plaque,
equine pract,
feline pract,
define black,
favourite black,
provide black,
unlike black,
arrived back,
decline takes,
design lacks,
design takes,
desire takes,
divine wrath,
einer sache,
emile jaques,
empire lacked,
empire takes,
excise tax,
high low jack,
kunai grass,
polite thank

4 syllables:
entire track,
entire black,
entire stack,
families lacked,
families packed

Some other possibilities:

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