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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fish tank:

2 syllables:
bridge bank,
drill shank,
his bank,
his rank,
his task,
in banc,
in bank,
in rank,
it sank,
quick thank,
this bank,
this task,
will thank,
built tanks,
dish rack,
think tank/,
tic tac,
tick tack,
bit mask,
bridge frank,
ditch banks,
ridge flank,
switch back,
switch banks,
switch tasks,
there drank,
which banks,
which lack,
which ranks,
being ranked,
big ask,
big mac,
boudin blanc,
bring back,
christ asked,
christ hangs,
click blank,
click clack,
clint asked,
cousin frank,
cousin jack,
crick crack,
firing blank,
him back,
his back,
his lack,
his pack,
his thanks,
hit back,
in back,
in blank,
is back,
is lack,
it back,
its task,
kick back,
king plank,
knick knack,
nick nack,
paris banks,
pin jack,
rear back,
ring back,
sit back,
skill tasks,
sling back,
slip back,
spring back,
stick lac,
still ranked,
still ranks,
swing back,
swiss banks,
swiss franc,
thick banks,
thick plank,
this back,
this lack,
trim back,
trip back,
were back,
whip back,
will ask,
win back,
wing back,
with back,
with banks,
with frank,
with jack


3 syllables:
a big ask,
adding tasks,
appear blank,
berlin banks,
billy yank,
olive banks,
piggy bank,
river bank,
saying thank,
their task,
until frank


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