Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with impacts:

2 syllables:
bring facts,
his pants,
its acts,
piss pants,
quick facts,
sheer facts,
thick pants,
twill pants,
which facts,
with facts,
in acts,
climb takes,
his acts,
it acts,
mille pattes,
which acts,
chip ax,
him pass,
it lasts,
paris casts,
spear shafts,
which casts,
which lasts,
some facts,
bring plants,
cousin jacks,
firing takes,
in plants,
in rats,
in tax,
min max,
routing paths,
sin tax,
since facts,
spring plants,
spring takes,
sprouting plants,
stiff backs,
thing takes,
big cats,
brick paths,
brick plants,
bridge takes,
christ takes,
ear wax,
frere jacques,
it lacks,
knick knacks,
paris takes,
pierre jacques,
quick takes,
script takes,
shift takes,
skill takes,
slim chance,
smith takes,
sphere takes,
split fats,
still takes,
switch takes,
there lacks,
there takes,
this takes,
this tax,
tic tacs,
twist facts,
which lacks,
which plants,
which takes,
with plants,
with tax,
with wax,
stamp acts,
being packed,
tin hats,
ditch banks

3 syllables:
impact is,
admit facts,
impact takes,
impact test,
aching backs,
become facts,
inner facts,
knowing facts,
bitter facts,
career paths,
career takes,
conflict takes,
olive plants,
until plants,
veneer plants,
compact house,
berlin banks,
adding tasks,
clear facts

4 syllables:
reviewing facts,
violin takes,
consider facts

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