Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with refractive:

2 syllables:
act iv,
act if,
act in,
act is,
act it,
black lives,
black tin,
class iv,
crack tip,
fact his,
fact in,
fact is,
fact it,
hacked it,
lacked in,
packed in,
packed it,
stacked in,
tract in,
tract is,
part iv,
clack dish,
stag tick,
ant hill,
back gear,
back there,
back this,
back with,
black being,
black bitch,
black buick,
black cliff,
black pitch,
black ridge,
black ring,
black there,
black thing,
black which,
black witch,
black with,
blacks in,
blast it,
cast him,
cast his,
cast in,
cast is,
cast it,
chang t'ing,
clapped his,
class lives,
class still,
crack being,
crack there,
crack which,
cracks in,
craft in,
draft in,
draft is,
fast in,
flashed in,
glass still,
graft is,
grant him,
grant in,
grant is,
grant it,
grass still,
jack shit,
kant is,
knack which,
last his,
last in,
last is,
last it,
laugh still,
matched in,
pack year,
packs it,
passed him,
passed his

3 syllables:
factor iv,
abstract in,
attacked him,
attacked in,
attacked it,
chapter iv,
contact in,
contact is,
extract is,
fortran iv,
react in,
adapt it,
attached in,
attack being,
attack there,
attack which,
attack with,
attacks in,
forecast is,
myriad lives

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