Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with linac:

2 syllables:
cousin jack,
in act,
in back,
knick knack,
nick nack,
pin jack,
win back,
in hock,
big mac,
bring back,
him back,
ring back,
sling back,
spring back,
swing back,
trim back,
wing back,
big ask,
chip ax,
click clack,
crick crack,
dish rack,
his act,
his back,
his lack,
his pack,
hit back,
in. at,
in ad,
in at,
inn at,
is back,
is lack,
it back,
it takes,
kick back,
min at,
rear back,
sit back,
skin at,
slip back,
spit tacks,
stick lac,
still lacked,
still lacks,
switch back,
this act,
this back,
this lack,
tic tac,
tick tack,
tin hat,
trip back,
were back,
which act,
which lack,
whip back,
will act,
will ask,
win at,
with back,
with jack,
with lack,
cousin asked,
cousin jacks,
flynn asked,
in acts,
in banc,
in bank,
in black,
in fact,
in rank,
in tax,
in the act,
in the sack,
knick knacks,
lynne asked,
min max,
quick snack,
quinn asked,
sin tax,
king auk,
fish hawk,
aiming at,
being at,
being had,
firing at,
gym mat,
him at,
him had,
jim had,
king at,
king had,
ring at

3 syllables:
a big ask,
berlin black,
devlin asked

4 syllables:
violin takes,
vitamin a1,
vitamin a2

Some other possibilities:

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