Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with subcontract:

2 syllables:
france backed,
france lacked,
heart wrapped,
heart wrapt,
washed packed,
heart cracked,
large tract,
want that,
want what,
not act,
block graft,
block grant,
blocks stacked,
cause graft,
france passed,
god grant,
hearts ached,
month passed,
not grant,
scarf wrapped,
stock grant,
broad tract,
fast tracked,
half tracked,
short tract,
small tract,
bond that,
bonds at,
bonds backed,
pharm pract,
art that,
arts at,
barn rat,
car jacked,
charge trapped,
chart that,
cost that,
costs at,
france that,
giant plant,
heart ached,
heart facts,
heart that,
honour that,
lost that,
months at,
most apt,
most that,
not cast,
not fast,
not last,
not matched,
not passed,
once that,
part that,
parts at,
plots hatched,
scott passed,
shots cracked,
start that,
starts at,
wharf rat,
from rat,
art at,
bomb blast,
cart track,
cocked hat,
cost at,
france asked,
france at,
from plant,
got that,
got what

3 syllables:
contract at,
contract ought,
contract out,
control act,
huron tract,
latin tract,
madame brandt,
prepare draft,
horace grant,
bidar bakht,
donor graft,
hartley act,
joanne grant,
johnny grant,
party backed,
party lacked,
response that,
contract to,
madame murat,
swampy tract,
apart at,
closely tracked,
cotton wrapped,
dual track,
got back at

4 syllables:
another tract

5 syllables:
alessandro asked

Some other possibilities:

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