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

2 syllables:
jump at,
some act,
ran past,
run past,
then passed,
truck backed,
was backed,
blood passed,
brush past,
chief passed,
flush passed,
get past,
has passed,
judge passed,
must act,
puff paste,
truck passed,
twice passed,
was passed,
was past,
can act,
then act,
come that,
come what,
comes at,
comme facteur,
gum plant,
some facts,
some that,
such act,
sum that,
u.s. pat,
yam plant,
can last,
come at,
jumped at,
jumps at,
lungs ached,
some at,
tongue lapped,
up at,
when last,
but last,
butt shaft,
clutch shaft,
has cast,
judge rapped,
such vast,
truck crashed,
was cast,
was fast,
was last,
was matched,
was wrapped,
bunch backed,
shrimp paste,
some part,
can that,
done that,
done what,
front at,
front passed,
gun that,
guns at,
hen plant,
jump and,
lunch at,
man sat,
man that,
man what,
men sat,
men that

3 syllables:
asset backed,
unless backed,
office passed,
uncle passed,
unless passed,
become facts,
become that,
become what,
becomes at,
commerce act,
summer passed,
become at,
gallup asked,
acid fast,
allah grant,
extra grant,
extra plant,
office staffed,
become locked,
become part,
money backed,
canoe passed,
extent at,
extent passed,
fully backed,
get back at,
ireland passed,
money passed

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