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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with transact:

2 syllables:
and act,
land act,
franz asked,
mann act,
bank act,
stamp act,
tax act,
black backed,
had backed,
had packed,
last act,
staff lacked,
than last,
that fact,
chance asked,
chance at,
class act,
dance at,
glance at,
hangs hat,
lance asked,
vance asked,
and acts,
and asked,
and at,
band at,
blanche asked,
branch at,
drags at,
grant asked,
hand at,
hands ached,
hatch act,
land at,
laughs at,
plan that,
plans passed,
plant at,
range at,
sand at,
shall act,
stand at,
than that,
than what,
that act,
agnes asked,
backs ached,
bands at,
hands at,
lands at,
plan at,
plans that,
stands at,
than at,
trans fat,
at last,
black paste,
class passed,
glass paste,
glass smashed,
grass thatched,
had cast,
had last,
had passed,
jack shaft,
shall chant,
staff passed,
that kant,
that last,
that matched,
that passed,
that past,
that vast,
track passed,
what passed,
bank at,
blacks lacked,
camp at,
cans and,
clans and,
fans and,
frank asked,
glance passed,
had sat,
jacques asked


3 syllables:
finance act,
japan lacked,
japan passed,
advance at,
japan ranked,
japan that,
planning act,
japan asked,
japan at,
suzanne asked,
a$ap nast,
attack craft,
attack passed,
also act


4 syllables:
abraham passed


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