Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with backpack:

2 syllables:
back pack,
black jack,
brat pack,
clack clack,
crack crack,
flat pack,
quack quack,
rat pack,
snack shack,
ack ack,
at back,
cash back,
flat back,
lash back,
pass back,
sat back,
snap back,
that back,
class stack,
flap jack,
grass shack,
hand hack,
laugh track,
that jack,
that lack,
trash rack,
black backed,
black backs,
black black,
fax back,
sank back,
shrank back,
takes back,
back pass,
back tax,
black patch,
black shank,
brass plaque,
had packed,
lac wax,
lamp jack,
stack stack,
stamp act,
tax act,
track takes,
track track,
talk back,
walk back,
back talk,
black bag,
black rock,
hot pack,
smack talk,
and back,
at black,
cast back,
class black,
flag rank,
flash backs,
had backed,
hand back,
hangs back,
matte black,
murad bakhsh,
smack bang,
snapped back,
squat black,
than black,
that bank,
that black,
act at,
act had,
and act,
and ask,
and jack,
and lack,
ash pan,
back chat,
back than

3 syllables:
attack black,
attack takes,
contact takes,
cracker jack,
hacky sack,
tac au tac,
wacky shack,
japan black,
ladder back,
to hang back,
attack shall,
attack that,
attacked at

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