Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with backcourt:

2 syllables:
back court,
at court,
grass court,
t'ang court,
that court,
shall haunt,
black art,
black heart,
clock court,
law court,
plough court,
at fort,
at port,
at short,
black horse,
class sought,
class sport,
crack corps,
flat wart,
grass short,
pack horse,
plaque cores,
that port,
that short,
that sort,
track crossed,
what sort,
ach laut,
back or,
black or,
black shorts,
black thought,
blacks sought,
branch court,
catch caught,
frank caught,
frank short,
glass caught,
grand court,
grass caught,
grass courts,
had caught,
land court,
packed court,
takes short,
tax court,
that caught,
that courts,
at heart,
black ant,
latte art,
plaque count,
that art,
that heart,
though short,
track count,
what art,
track called,
black hawks,
class source,
graham walked,
grand aunt,
had talked,
had walked,
staff talked,
staff walked,
that horse,
abc art,
back at,
back out,
back part

3 syllables:
attack caught,
ashore at,
attack corps,
cavour wrote,
labour at,
labour ought,
labour right,
attack forced,
attack or,
attract short,
black or white,
classic short,
finance court,
halley court,
latter court,
manor court,
sacher torte,
enough short,
attack called,
japan north,
what of it,
about court,
abstract art,
ala cort,
among court,
attack at,
because court

4 syllables:
montana court

Some other possibilities:

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