Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with skim milk:

2 syllables:
with ink,
in nick,
climb hills,
him think,
his sick,
is sick,
quick kick,
with silk,
with thick,
shear hulk,
sheer hulk,
chin hills,
cuillin hills,
in sync,
pin risk,
brick kiln,
did think,
grgich hills,
lip sync,
lip synch,
smith thinks,
still linked,
still think,
there think,
this link,
this risk,
will sink,
will think,
with pink,
with risk,
with zinc,
zip disc,
zip disk,
being ill,
being sick,
in. thick,
in thick,
brick thick,
chris mills,
click click,
click quick,
climb in,
climbed hills,
deer lick,
deer tick,
dik dik,
ear pick,
ear tick,
him here,
him his,
him if,
him in,
him in.,
him is,
him it,
his ill,
his six,
his stick,
his thick,
is ill,
is mild,
is six,
is thick,
it till,
limb is,
nit pick,
quick click,
quick pick,
quick quick,
quinn mills,
shrimp bisque,
spring mills,
squib kick,
still thick,
strip mills,
swim in,
thick thick,
this hill,
this ill,
were ill,
were sick,
were thick,
will pick,
with ill,
with mild

3 syllables:
drawing ink,
career risks,
soufriere hills,
their risk,
being in luck,
sewing silk,
appear thick,
elgin mills,
living like,
steering lock,
swimming kick,
sybil looked,
timing check,
until thick,
veneer mills

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