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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with flutter kick:

3 syllables:
rubber cheque,
butter milk,
greater risk,
gutter stick,
mother kicked,
shutter clicked,
metre thick,
utter wreck,
under thick,
brother picked,
brother think,
butter being,
butter dish,
butter there,
butter which,
chutter singh,
clutter which,
covered thick,
cutter being,
cutter which,
greater being,
greater earning,
greater pitch,
greater there,
greater thing,
greater which,
greater will,
gutter which,
let her rip,
luther king,
mater which,
mother picked,
mother picks,
mother think,
other risk,
other six,
shutter which,
butter in,
butter is,
butter mixed,
clustered thick,
greater if,
greater in,
greater is,
greater risks,
greater skill,
young turkish,
bearer cheque,
beggar tick,
brother shook,
clever dick,
closer check,
closer look,
color check,
finger pick,
finger thick,
mother shook,
mother took,
other book,
rubber check,
rubber duck,
runner duck,
summer duck,
upper chalk,
upper deck,
other big,
rudder being,
rudder fish,
rudder which

4 syllables:
extra working,
officer picked,
theodor eicke,
color comic,
greater career,
greater civic,
greater courage,
greater ethnic,
greater logic,
mutter courage,
utter panic,
officer shook,
asian turkic

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