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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with contact sport:

2 syllables:
facts taught,
packed court,
raft port,
takes short,
tax court,
at port,
black sports,
facts sought,
that port,
that sort,
what sort,
facts stored,
facts force,
grant short,
plant spores,
snapped short,
takes part,
lands court,
acts for,
at court,
at fort,
at short,
black spores,
blacks fought,
blacks thought,
facts for,
flat wart,
grant sought,
grass court,
grass short,
takes thought,
that court,
that short,
grant crossed,
tracks crossed,
courts court,
crafts board,
plant start,
plants start,
acts or,
and salt,
and short,
and soft,
back court,
blacks sought,
class sports,
facts called,
facts or,
grand court,
land court,
planned short,
that sought,
tracts called,
what sorts

3 syllables:
attract short,
practice court,
practice short,
combat sports,
racket sports,
racquet sports,
exact start,
across court,
across short,
finance court,
finance short,
exact spot,
abstract thought,
active ports,
attacks forced,
exact score,
exact source,
exact thought,
practice courts,
practice forced,
practice taught,
racket court,
racquet court,
active sports,
classic sports,
sacher torte

4 syllables:
attractive short,
protracted court

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