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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with anthrax:

2 syllables:
and takes,
and tax,
branch takes,
dance takes,
fast tracks,
gland takes,
hanns sachs,
land tax,
range takes,
grant takes,
hand ax,
laugh tracks,
plant takes,
trash racks,
frank takes,
planck max,
stamp tax,
black slacks,
brass plaques,
chance chance,
class blacks,
dance dance,
grand chance,
sand lance,
scant chance,
that blacks,
trance dance,
trans fats,
valve takes,
and dance,
and mass,
and pass,
back tax,
band pass,
black backs,
black grass,
black rats,
branch banks,
brass tacks,
class takes,
crab grass,
dance masks,
fan dance,
flap jacks,
flash backs,
glass takes,
grand banks,
grand dance,
grass grass,
grass takes,
hands takes,
lac wax,
land mass,
massed ranks,
mat grass,
match takes,
pack rats,
packed ranks,
planned tasks,
plants takes,
quack grass,
range tanks,
rat traps,
sand banks,
scratch grass,
staff takes,
that lacks,
thatch grass


3 syllables:
advance takes,
japan lacks,
japan takes,
japan wax,
japan ranks,
collapse takes,
lalang grass,
advanced tasks,
anal sacs,
answer takes,
attack takes,
cancer takes,
channel takes,
contact takes,
dancer takes,
dante takes,
fancy takes,
finance banks,
grana stacks,
grantee takes,
many blacks,
pallet racks,
panel backs,
panel takes,
planar graphs,
planning takes,
rabbit tracks,
shallow cracks


4 syllables:
as the fancy takes,
commander takes


5 syllables:
alexander sachs,
alexander takes


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