Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with burbank:

2 syllables:
beurre blanc,
her back,
her task,
teres atque,
her lack,
surge tank,
earth banks,
first bank,
her black,
pearl banks,
sperm banks,
the world bank,
turn back,
younger black,
curb and,
verb and,
burke asked,
church asked,
clerk asked,
first task,
jurors asked,
nurse asked,
pearl asked,
stern asked,
eye bank,
job bank,
new bank,
snow bank,
her bag,
dirt track,
first rank,
flour sacks,
heard frank,
kaiser asked,
spur track,
stirred tanks,
surge tanks,
third act,
third ranks,
her dark,
birch and,
bird and,
birth and,
blurred and,
burke and,
burn and

3 syllables:
payor bank,
offer thanks,
prayer thank,
dealer bank,
dogger bank,
fewer banks,
lower back,
lower banks,
offer black,
other bank,
payor banks,
returne backe,
reverse blank,
river bank,
our task,
research asked,
return asked,
power pack,
deserve thanks,
expert takes,
fewer tanks,
header tank,
kirby asked,
lower ranked,
lower ranks,
mayor frank,
never thank,
offered thanks,
offers thanks,
our lack,
our ranks,
our thanks,
power mac,
power thanks,
return thanks,
reverse flank,
reverse hang,
roger schank,
taper shank,
a firm hand,
alert and,
attar chand,
bigger banks

4 syllables:
professor ranke,
acquired banks,
another blank,
battery banks

5 syllables:
entrepreneur takes

Some other possibilities:

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