Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with jam packed:

5 letters:
up at

7 letters:
jump at,
can act,
come at,
some at,
guns at,
man sat,
men sat

8 letters:
some act,
ran past,
run past,
get past,
must act,
was past,
then act,
comes at,
such act,
sum that,
u.s. pat,
can last,
jumps at,
but last,
has cast,
was cast,
was fast,
was last,
can that,
front at,
gun that,
jump and,
lunch at,
man that,
man what,
men that

9 letters:
come that,
come what,
gum plant,
some that,
yam plant,
jumped at,
when last,
such vast,
some part,
done that,
done what,
hen plant,
become at,
acid fast,
extent at

10 letters:
was backed,
brush past,
has passed,
puff paste,
was passed,
some facts,
butt shaft,
becomes at

11 letters:
then passed,
lungs ached,
was matched,
was wrapped,
become that,
become what,
allah grant,
extra grant,
extra plant,
become part,
get back at

12 letters:
truck backed,
blood passed,
chief passed,
flush passed,
judge passed,
truck passed,
twice passed,
clutch shaft,
judge rapped,
bunch backed,
shrimp paste,
front passed,
asset backed,
uncle passed,
become facts,
commerce act,
gallup asked,
money backed,
canoe passed,
fully backed,
money passed

13 letters:
comme facteur,
tongue lapped,
truck crashed,
unless backed,
office passed,
unless passed,
summer passed,
become locked,
extent passed

14 letters:
office staffed,
ireland passed

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