Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with transfix:

2 syllables:
glance fixed,
than six,
and six,
crab sticks,
match sticks,
and fixed,
at six,
chance since,
dance since,
had six,
stance since,
stand fixed,
that six,
blank cheques,
chance is,
dance is,
glass fixed,
plans since,
stance is,
and since,
banned since,
branch since,
draft picks,
glass bricks,
grant since,
grant writs,
grants since,
hatched chicks,
last six,
manned ships,
past six,
planned since,
plant since,
plants since,
ranch since,
range since,
stand since,
vax mips,
dance books,
glance looks,
and its,
and miss,
and mixed,
and this,
blacks since,
canned drinks,
cast its,
class ships,
craft sticks,
danced since,
glass chips,
glass slips,
grand prix,
graph since,
had since,
hand this,
hands is,
lands is,
lapse since,
match since,
pass lips,
passed its,
paths since,
plants is,
staff since,
takes its,
takes risks

3 syllables:
finance fixed,
advance since,
enhance its,
finance since,
japan since,
advance his,
advance is,
enhance his,
finance is,
transfer his,
transfer is,
expand since,
japan quince,
vacant since,
finance books,
assam since,
advanced ships,
advanced since,
answer since,
attack since,
attacks since,
behalf since,
cancer since,
collapse since,
combat since,
enhanced since,
expand its,
gather sticks,
granny smiths,
granville hicks,
kansas since,
khalsa sikhs,
swagger sticks

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