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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with infract:

6 letters:
in act,
in fat,
in rat


7 letters:
in last,
in past,
is fast,
is flat,
it fast,
gym rat,
hint at,
his act


8 letters:
in plant,
rink rat,
hints at,
his flat,
dined at


9 letters:
mere fact,
this fact,
his craft,
wing flat,
hint that,
in tracks,
is backed,
is packed,
it lacked,
sins that,
were fast,
with fast,
with flat


10 letters:
skin graft,
this tract,
in the act,
which fact,
is trapped,
since last,
this draft,
this grant,
whip graft,
will grant,
is flanked,
is wrapped,
since that,
since what,
grinned at


11 letters:
bill brandt,
chris craft,
chris kraft,
in the past,
print paste,
split graft,
which grant,
witch craft,
pinch graft,
since facts,
since grant,
skin grafts,
stiff paste,
stiff shaft,
were packed,
bring facts,
clint asked,
until grant,
hilly tract,
admit facts,
given tract


12 letters:
stiff backed,
gift wrapped,
since passed,
were stacked,
were trapped,
being backed,
being packed,
cousin frank,
prince kraft,
still packed,
there lacked,
which lacked,
being ranked,
submit draft,
dreary tract


13 letters:
being tracked,
being trapped,
things packed,
prince passed,
still trapped,
there flashed,
being wrapped,
thing wrapped,
lindsay asked,
still wrapped,
whips cracked,
being classed,
being smashed,
achille murat


14 letters:
shrink wrapped,
things wrapped,
string wrapped,
mirror cracked


16 letters:
be in on the act



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