Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rat-a-tat:

3 syllables:
battle at,
status at,
castle at,
catches at,
channel at,
classes at,
happen at,
nation at,
travel at,
acted at,
had attached,
had attacked,
planted at,
battle that,
cattle that,
glass attached,
habit that,
plaque attached,
practice at,
staff attached,
status that,
strap attached,
that attack,
draft attached,
grant attacked,
plant attached,
plant attacked,
shaft attached,
ratted out,
shouted at,
at about,
bat about,
bracket out,
cottage at,
data that,
fatten out,
flatten out,
landed at,
squat about,
that about,
what about,
battle had,
had amassed,
happened at,
shall adapt,
action at,
angle at,
axis at,
balance at,
black combat,
channel that,
class attack,
classes that,
damage that,
fascia latae,
fashion that,
glances at,
hack attack,
happen that,
happens at,
masses that,
nation that,
nations at,
pages that,
pallass cat,
passion that,
sample at,
sarah passed,
sarah pratt,
shall attach,
shall attack,
snack attack,
data at,
not attached,
output at,
granted that

4 syllables:
japan attacked,
latter attacked,
rat a tat tat,
combat assault,
deposit at,
examined at,
had a go at,
had a shy at,
apache attack,
attack attack,
example at,
manager at,
massacre at,
napalm attack,
reaction at,
enacted that,
ladder attached

5 syllables:
capacity at

Some other possibilities:

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