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

3 syllables:
private act,
right contacts,
driven shaft,
might attract,
pride intact,
quite intact,
frightened at,
quite compact,
cycle takes,
cycle that,
drive attached,
final act,
knife attached,
light attached,
price attached,
quite attached,
right attached,
silent shaft,
sinus tract,
while attached,
zweiten halfte,
byron asked,
driven at,
lion ant,
pilate asked,
pilot asked,
science at,
times attacked,
tribes attacked,
trident bat,
whites attacked,
striking fact,
title passed,
silent heart,
bryan asked,
child contacts,
item that,
items asked,
items at,
items packed,
might adapt,
price somewhat,
silent and,
strike attack,
wyatt asked

4 syllables:
chiefly attacked,
prior contacts,
provide contacts,
arrive intact,
empire intact,
survive intact,
linen jacket,
nylon jacket,
relay contacts,
excitement at,
retirement at,
violent acts,
remain untapped,
o'brien asked,
timer contacts,
wider contacts

5 syllables:
families intact,
families attached,
families adapt

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