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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with old nick:

2 syllables:
could pick,
would pick,
whole trick,
cold drink,
could click,
could drink,
could stick,
could think,
goal kick,
gold brick,
gold fix,
gold stick,
mould think,
should click,
should drink,
should stick,
should think,
would click,
would drink,
would risk,
would sink,
would stick,
would think,
cow lick,
do the trick,
do the trick/,
gold disc,
grolle nicht,
known trick,
chrome brick,
whose quick,
could check,
could look,
could wreck,
should check,
should look,
would check,
would look,
would wreck,
throw stick,
to stick,
would miss,
cold fish,
cold with,
could cheer,
could drill,
could fill,
could fit,
could kill,
could pitch,
could sing,
could sit,
could there,
could this,
could win,
could wish,
could with,
could wring,
folds in,
gold fish,
gold ring,
gold which,
gold with,
grows thick,
hold this,
hold with,
holds his,
holds in,
holds it,
mould being,
mould which,
rolled there,
should cheer,
should fit,
should pitch,
should sit,
should there,
should this,
should wish,
so quick,
sold with,
those thick,
told there,
told this,
told with,
whose thick,
would cheer,
would fill,
would fit,
would kill,
would pitch,
would sing,
would sit,
would there

3 syllables:
promote quick,
adobe brick,
enclose cheque,
enrolled bill,
enrolled there,
exposed brick

Some other possibilities:

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