Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nonparametric:

2 syllables:
gets sick,
spread thick,
air sick,
death tick,
fell sick,
shell thick,
where thick,
air brick,
felt sick,
press brick,
steht nicht,
metres thick,
pkware, inc,
pressed brick,
et seq,
get sick,
nit pick,
nut pick,
wet look,
bread stick,
dead link,
dead stick,
cells thick,
cette fille,
cette ligne,
cette pierre,
cette ville,
debt which,
debts in,
delle cinque,
dressed there,
dressed with,
egg whisk,
et vir,
etc. if,
etc. in,
etc. is,
etc. it,
fresh milk,
fresh picked,
fresh stick,
genre in,
genre is,
gets his,
gets in,
gets it,
hedge pink,
lemme think,
mesh stick,
met there,
met this,
met with,
neck ring,
net fish,
press picked,
pressure in,
pressure is,
pressure ridge,
set this,
set which,
set with,
setae which,
sets his,
sets in,
sets in.,
sets it,
shell pink,
stelle nicht,
stressed there,
sweat which

3 syllables:
extra trick,
metre thick,
palette click,
pretty thick,
clever trick,
pretty trick,
janet cooke,
janet shook,
addressed there,
addressed this,
addressed which,
assets in,
assets is,
bearer cheque,
beggar tick,
beneath thick,
cheney dick,
cherry pick,
claret which,
clever dick,
gazette which,
heavy thick,
palette which,
progressed there,
regret being,
regret there,
regret which

4 syllables:
adrienne rich,
cigarette which,
dataset which

Some other possibilities:

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