Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with warcraft:

2 syllables:
small craft,
court craft,
or grant,
corpse wrapped,
half cracked,
short shaft,
short tract,
strong draft,
for kant,
fourth draft,
or cast,
short draft,
small crafts,
york that,
broad grant,
small grant,
thought grant,
york at,
board lacked,
board passed,
broad tract,
coarse paste,
corps passed,
course mapped,
course passed,
court backed,
court lacked,
court passed,
for plant,
force backed,
force lacked,
force passed,
george passed,
half tracked,
horse backed,
horse dashed,
horse passed,
north passed,
or plant,
short dashed,
small tract,
storm lashed,
storm passed,
sword passed,
torch passed,
brown kraft,
board grant,
court grant,
for grants,
george grant,
though grant,
board that,
broad shaft,
course that,
court act,
court quashed,
court that,
courts at,
cross shaft,
doors that,
for fast,
for last,
for past,
force that,
form that,
form what,
formed at,
forms at,
gorse chat,
half cast,
half shaft,
horse ant,
horse that,
lord that,
or fact,
or flat,
or last,
or passed

3 syllables:
along craft,
assault craft,
support craft,
transport craft,
before grant,
smaller craft,
water craft,
because grant,
afore the mast,
before the fact,
before the mast,
reform passed,
report passed,
prepare draft,
auto graft,
prolonged graft,
support grant,
before last,
before passed,
fore and aft

4 syllables:
femoral shaft

Some other possibilities:

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