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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nafta:

5 letters:
alt a,
at a.,
at la


6 letters:
and a.,
act as,
act on,
act up,
papp a,
plan a


7 letters:
that a.,
q and a,
t and a,
that la,
act has,
cast an,
cast as,
cast on,
cast up,
class a,
fact an,
fact as,
fact on,
fan tan,
fast as,
fast on,
had ten,
last as,
last on,
past as,
past on,
past us


8 letters:
draft on,
frank a.,
stat mux,
bath tub,
fact has,
fast ice,
grant an,
grant us,
hang ten,
last ten,
mash tun,
past has,
past ten,
paste on,
paste up,
plant as,
plant on,
than ten,
tract on,
wrapt up,
after an,
after as


9 letters:
chang sha,
backed up,
bashed on,
cashed up,
hacked up,
jacked up,
lapped up,
mapped on,
match tub,
packed up,
passed an,
passed as,
passed on,
passed up,
passed us,
plant has,
racked up,
shan tung,
staff can,
staff was,
tacked on


10 letters:
laughed as,
chalked up,
clapped on,
classed as,
cracked on,
cracked up,
flashed on,
kwang tung,
patched up,
shacked up,
snapped up,
stacked on,
stacked up,
tracked up,
wrapped up,
contact on,
contact us


11 letters:
glass stuck,
grass stuck,
snatched up,
staff chief,
staff judge,
attached as,
attacked as,
attacked on


12 letters:
black tongue



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