Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with backlist:

2 syllables:
black list,
faq list,
black christ,
that list,
black lists,
drag lift,
back shift,
canned diced,
glass slipped,
had kissed,
had missed,
sache nicht,
shack built,
sprache nicht,
track built,
block list,
act it,
at christ,
black flint,
black slipped,
class lists,
fact it,
hacked it,
jack shit,
lad lit,
latch clicked,
packed it,
packs it,
rathkes cyst,
shall christ,
staff lists,
takes it,
thank christ,
that christ,
what christ,
back it,
shall it,
class built,
had built,
had picked,
had wished,
hatte nicht,
lamb shift,
shall shift,
staff wished,
that built,
aq. dest,
aq dest,
back rest,
black chest,
black crust,
black rust,
cause list,
down list,
flak vest,
hot list,
long list,
not list,
stop list,
though christ,
watch list,
your list,
drag twist,
gag bit,
and it,
and kissed,
ash pit,
ask it,
at fixed,
at mit,
back link,
bat shit,
black cliffs,
black lives,
black print,
blast it,
brad pitt,
cast it,
catch pit,
damn it,
drank it,
frank picked

3 syllables:
estab lished,
attacked it,
attack it,
contact lists,
packing list,
japan built,
japan wished,
guaiac test,
acting at,
acting out,
active at,
adapt it,
arrow missed

4 syllables:
abraham built,
establish eight,
establish it

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