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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with backseat:

2 syllables:
back beat,
black sheet,
back seats,
black heat,
drag feet,
and eat,
and heat,
at feet,
bad beat,
bath sheet,
brass sheet,
canned heat,
crab meat,
flat feet,
glass sheet,
graph sheet,
rap sheet,
shall meet,
that meet,
black seed,
flax seed,
black beast,
black sheets,
blank sheet,
cats feet,
cracked wheat,
fact sheet,
had ceased,
shall eat,
that heat,
that sweet,
track meets,
track reached,
valve seat,
back east,
backed seats,
banks ceased,
black street,
class seats,
drank sweet,
plank seats,
tracks reached,
drags feet,
drop seat,
stock sheet,
the hot seat,
your seat,
black bead,
dragged feet,
knack kneed,
shall greet,
and beat,
and east,
and feet,
and meet,
at least,
at sign,
back teeth,
black beach,
black bean,
black beech,
black creek,
black crepe,
black piece,
black queen,
black sheep,
black teeth,
brass sheets,
canned meat,
class meant,
class meets,
class street,
cracked teeth


3 syllables:
attack ceased,
attacks ceased,
advance sheet,
attack meant,
attack reached,
attacks cease,
contact sheet,
packing heat,
attacks reached,
camac street,
maxim might,
alloy sheet,
apply at,
apply it,
attached sheet,
attack these,
badly hurt,
combat scene


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