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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with subcompact:

2 syllables:
from past,
car jacked,
from last,
not passed,
scott passed,
shock passed,
stock passed,
stamp act,
ahmed asked,
from facts,
from fat,
from plant,
from rat,
from that,
from what,
not act,
swamp plant,
tom cat,
washed packed,
whom that,
from acts,
from at,
pharm pract,
shop at,
stop at,
top hat,
heart ached,
larvae hatched,
most apt,
not cast,
not fast,
not last,
not matched,
plots hatched,
prop shaft,
rock shaft,
square shaft,
top mast,
com port,
crowd packed,
france backed,
from part,
from port,
had packed,
house packed,
bomb blast,
france asked,
france at,
france lacked,
france passed,
month at,
month passed,
month that,
once asked,
once at,
pomp and,
swamp and,
arm at,
art at,
bar that,
barge passed,
block that,
blocks stacked,
bob cat,
bog plant,
both what,
box at,
car that,
cars at,
caul fat,
cause plant,
cause that,
charge asked,
charge at,
charge passed,
clark asked,
clark passed,
clarke asked,
cocked hat,
cod fat,
cost at,
dark at


3 syllables:
bidar bakht,
o'clock passed,
alarm passed,
father packed,
madame murat,
madame asked,
father backed,
got back at,
madame brandt,
only act,
response at,
alarm at,
apart at,
compare facts,
declare that


4 syllables:
abraham passed,
another fact,
canada passed


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