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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with malpractice:

2 syllables:
fast ice,
grant us,
passed us,
past us,
takes us,
asked us,
at us,
black ice,
cat ice,
fat ass,
jack ass,
jack truss,
pack ice,
plaque assay,
and ice,
drags ass,
land ice,
ask us,
at bus,
at twice,
had thus,
pratt truss,
that thus,
act is,
fact his,
fact is,
tract is,
act as,
act has,
black ducks,
drag ass,
fact as,
fact has,
had us,
act on,
act up,
asks us,
backed up,
black crust,
black eunuchs,
black rust,
black tongue,
brash ice,
chalked up,
class twice,
cracked on,
cracked up,
fact an,
fact on,
hacked up,
had twice,
jacked up,
packed up,
passed twice,
patch ice,
plant twice,
racked up,
rapped twice,
shacked up,
stacked on,
stacked up,
tacked on,
tapped twice,
than twice,
than us,
tracked up,
tract on,
trash ice,
wrapped twice,
act must,
asked twice,
back ups,
fact must,
rat assed,
takes twice,
taxed twice,
back this,
cast his,
cast is,
clapped his,
cost us,
draft is,
graft is,
grant is,
kant is,
last his

3 syllables:
contact us,
attack us,
attacked twice,
extract twice,
factor assay,
contact is,
extract is,
attacked as,
after us,
attacked on,
contact on,
practice house,
practice is,
forecast is

Some other possibilities:

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