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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with last resort:

3 syllables:
brandt report,
draft report,
grant report,
plant report,
class report,
that report,
and report,
balfour report,
blank report,
branch report,
facts support,
franck report,
frank report,
grant support,
grants support,
lacked support,
plant support,
plants support,
scans report,
scant support,
shaft support,
black report,
crafts report,
draft reports,
flash report,
graham report,
match report,
shall report,
staff report,
starr report,
that support,
and support,
class reports,
class support,
glass support,
branch support,
frank mccourt,
range support,
altra parte,
court report,
short report,
and reports,
draft record,
packed record,
plant record,
sandra thought,
scant record,
scratched record

4 syllables:
forecast report,
attached report,
contact report,
exact report,
advanced report,
combat report,
advance report,
attract support,
contact support,
finance report,
advanced support,
alaska court,
combat support,
contact reports,
enhanced support,
japan report,
massive report,
planet report,
tacit support,
combat reports,
expand support,
latter report,
massey report,
master abort,
account report,
report report,
agard report,
contact record,
exact record

5 syllables:
alexandra thought,
miranda court

Some other possibilities:

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