Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aortic:

2 syllables:
cross stick,
for sick,
joss stick,
or sick,
soft tick,
horse tick,
short thick,
broad thick,
fall sick,
strong thick,
though quick,
or took,
coarse thick,
court if,
court in,
court is,
cross sticks,
crossed cheque,
for milk,
for quick,
for six,
fort in,
george hickes,
george hicks,
joss sticks,
maul stick,
or brick,
or click,
or milk,
or silk,
or six,
or think,
port in,
port is,
salt lick,
short in,
small stick,
sort in,
sort is,
sort it,
sport in,
sport is,
strong stick,
though thick,
court think,
for risk,
fort dix,
more risk,
or risk,
short quick,
short stick,
straw ticks,
sword stick,
all took,
car sick,
clock tick,
dog tick,
door check,
for book,
fowl tick,
gorge hook,
or book,
or check,
or look,
or neck,
stag tick,
store check,
straw stuck,
board his,
board in,
board is,
chord in,
cord in,
cord is,
for big,
for dear,
for fig,
lord did,
lord in,
lord is,
nor did,
or big,
or did

3 syllables:
lacrosse stick,
among thick,
lacrosse sticks,
report in,
report is,
report it,
resort in,
support him,
support his,
support in,
support is,
support it,
transport in,
transport is,
water tick,
quarter thick,
record his

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