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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with act as:

2 syllables:
fact has,
back was,
black was,
jack was,
past has,
plant has,
tax has,
track was,
at u.s.,
fact was,
pact was,
that has,
that u.s.,
what has,
and has,
and u.s.,
bag was,
flag was,
hand has,
land has,
ann was,
anne was,
at was,
bank has,
cap was,
cash was,
cat was,
class was,
dad was,
flash gas,
gap was,
glass was,
grass was,
had was,
hat was,
khan was,
lad was,
map was,
mass was,
match was,
pass gas,
pass was,
path was,
plan was,
staff was,
task has,
than was,
that was,
what was,
backed up,
bank was,
black clubs,
black lungs,
black shales,
black tongue,
brass studs,
chalked up,
class has,
cracked on,
cracked up,
craft was,
draft was,
fact an,
fact on,
frank was,
grant was,
hacked up,
jacked up,
last was,
laugh was,
max was,
packed up,
past was,
plan has,
plant was,
racked up,
rank was,
shacked up,
stacked on,
stacked up,
staff has,
tacked on,
tank was,
task was,
tax was,
than has,
than u.s.,
tracked up


3 syllables:
attack was,
contact was,
extract was,
factor has,
japan was,
contact us,
attacked on,
chapter has,
contact on,
japan has,
master has


4 syllables:
abraham was



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