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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sex act:

2 syllables:
air slacked,
check cashed,
check facts,
check that,
checked at,
checks cashed,
dress hat,
else at,
gets at,
jesse asked,
less at,
sense at,
shell cracked,
spence asked,
steps at,
terre sancte,
well stacked,
ex pat,
guess at,
peck at,
press asked,
press at,
text at,
air shaft,
bread wrapped,
breath passed,
breathe last,
chest ached,
death chant,
death passed,
hair shaft,
head fast,
shell passed,
stair shaft,
thread passed,
well matched,
well past,
chicks hatched,
crook backed,
truck backed,
truck packed,
cells at,
cells lacked,
cells packed,
checks and,
czechs and,
heads at,
necks and,
shares at,
welles asked,
wells asked,
air craft,
air sacs,
air that,
bear cat,
bear that,
bent at,
best at,
bet that,
bread that,
breasts ached

3 syllables:
complex at,
address at,
assets at,
defense asked,
direct at,
effect asked,
effect at,
object at,
offence at,
project asked,
project at,
subject asked,
subject at,
complex facts,
complex that,
effects at,
empress asked,
objects at,
progress at,
projects at,
subjects asked,
subjects at,
success at,
access shaft,
excess paste,
complex heart,
complex salt,
subject talked,
alex and,
apex and,
complex and,
convex and,
address passed,
agent asked,
agent at,
any fact,
assessed at,
attend at,
aware that

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