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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with infract:

2 syllables:
being tracked,
skin graft,
this tract,
in the act,
mere fact,
stiff backed,
this fact,
which fact,
being trapped,
in act,
in fat,
in rat,
shrink wrapped,
things packed,
things wrapped,
bill brandt,
chris craft,
chris kraft,
gift wrapped,
his craft,
in plant,
in the past,
is trapped,
prince passed,
print paste,
since last,
since passed,
split graft,
still trapped,
there flashed,
this draft,
this grant,
were stacked,
were trapped,
which grant,
whip graft,
will grant,
witch craft,
being backed,
being packed,
being wrapped,
rink rat,
string wrapped,
thing wrapped,
wing flat,
cousin frank,
hint that,
hints at,
his flat,
in last,
in past,
in tracks,
is backed,
is fast,
is flanked,
is flat,
is packed,
is wrapped,
it fast,
it lacked,
lindsay asked,
pinch graft,
prince kraft,
since facts,
since grant,
since that,
since what,
sins that,
skin grafts,
stiff paste,
stiff shaft,
still packed,
still wrapped,
there lacked,
were fast,
were packed,
which lacked,
whips cracked,
with fast,
with flat,
being ranked,
bring facts,
gym rat,
being classed,
being smashed,
clint asked,
dined at,
grinned at,
hint at,
his act


3 syllables:
submit draft,
until grant,
achille murat,
be in on the act,
dreary tract,
hilly tract,
mirror cracked,
admit facts,
given tract


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