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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adobe brick:

2 syllables:
throw bricks,
goal kick,
grows thick,
so quick,
those thick,
throw stick,
to stick,
whose thick,
to pick,
toe pick,
breaux bridge,
cow kick,
cow lick,
do the trick,
do the trick/,
kaikyo bridge,
known trick,
so sick,
so thick,
to bridge,
to bring,
to drink,
to kick,
to shrink,
who bring,
who drink,
whole trick,
low risk,
no risk,
to risk,
sol hurok,
throw crook,
tow truck,
to paris,
boat trip,
bow drill,
coat link,
code pink,
could pick,
dough sticks,
globe fish,
globe there,
globe which,
goat milk,
gold disc,
grolle nicht,
growth picked,
growth ring,
nose ring,
oak ridge,
old nick,
one ring,
one think,
probe which,
robed in,
rose pink,
stone picked,
stone ridge,
those wicked,
throw sticks,
thrown silk,
whole milk,
whole ridge,
whose quick,
would pick,
go broke,
no book,
to book,
who broke,
how big,
no big,
so big,
two big,
blown bridge,
brow ridge,
cold drink,
could drink,
cow milk,
crow silk,
do bit,
do think,
does the trick,
dough being,
float bridge,
globe being,
globe in,
globe is

3 syllables:
enclose cheque,
embryo chick,
moby dick,
remote truck,
alone think,
growing chick,
growing thick,
promote quick,
showing thick,
above bridge,
alone bring,
approach risks,
embryo being

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