Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with that is:

2 syllables:
at his,
what his,
had his,
back his,
catch his,
match his,
pass his,
than his,
at its,
at miss,
at this,
cast his,
clapped his,
fact his,
last his,
passed his,
past his,
scratched his,
slapped his,
snapped his,
tapped his,
what its,
what this,
wrapped his,
at us,
bought his,
brought his,
cat ice,
caught his,
doubt his,
fat ass,
fought his,
got his,
not his,
out his,
shot his,
sought his,
taught his,
thought his,
throughout his,
add this,
and his,
grabbed his,
had its,
had this,
ask his,
at him,
at in,
at it,
back its,
back this,
bat ear,
bat tick,
cache miss,
cat in,
class since,
fat in,
flat in,
glass since,
hat in,
hat tip,
laugh since,
mass. since,
pass this,
sat in,
shall this,
smash hits,
takes his,
than its,
than this,
what if,
what in,
what it,
asked his,
at paris,
at risk,
at six,
cast its,
clasped his,
fact this,
grasped his,
passed its,
passed this,
past this,
spat chips,
tant pis

3 syllables:
about his,
expand his,
advance his,
allow his,
combat in,
enhance his,
rather his,
abstract this,
after his,
although his,
combat ships,
combat since,
patted his,
satis house

Some other possibilities:

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