Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rat race:

2 syllables:
at base,
at face,
cat face,
fat face,
that case,
that face,
at rates,
shall trace,
stack trace,
that grace,
ambs ace,
black face,
class space,
fan base,
glass case,
map case,
shall chase,
slap face,
smash case,
than face,
yak lace,
fault trace,
not trace,
back brace,
cat train,
catch rates,
class rates,
crash rates,
flash rates,
flat rate,
flat space,
last case,
match rates,
scrap rates,
shall grace,
that faced,
that makes,
that place,
that rate,
that space,
that trade,
what makes,
what place,
at aix,
grant grace,
grant rates,
lacked grace,
plant traits,
that breaks,
anne rice,
brought face,
not face,
pot lace,
scrap price,
spot face,
though grace,
and face,
at gaze,
bad place,
bad taste,
had faced,
sad faced,
shall raise,
that pays,
that phase,
that says,
what ways,
at cape,
at lake,
at page,
at same,
at yale,
batch weights,
black crape,
black faced,
black shapes,
black space,
brass weights,
cache space,
cap rate,
class based,
class makes,
class mates,
class place,
class taste

3 syllables:
attache case,
attack rates,
combat train,
latter case,
contact rates,
exact rates,
packet trace,
about face,
enough grace,
combat phase,
myriad shapes,
attack based,
attack makes,
attack rate

4 syllables:
abraham yates

Some other possibilities:

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