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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with springbuck:

2 syllables:
king duck,
quick buck,
be in luck,
in luck,
drill chuck,
fish duck,
his luck,
is stuck,
queer duck,
with luck,
young buck,
in bulk,
in eq,
being but,
being stuck,
being sucked,
big bucks,
bring succour,
click ok,
diff eq,
ill luck,
thing but,
thing stuck,
with eq,
in book,
being sick,
big book,
bill book,
bush buck,
cheque book,
flip book,
hill book,
his book,
king took,
ring neck,
slings hook,
swing check,
this book,
year book,
being put,
him but,
in. but,
in bud,
in but,
limb bud,
pill bug,
sheer pluck,
year 2000 bug,
arriere ban,
being can,
being chief,
being cut,
being done,
being much,
being run,
being shut,
being some,
being such,
being then,
being thus,
being was,
being young,
big ben,
big bud,
bring some,
bring such,
bring young,
brings an,
brings on,
brings up,
brings us,
chewing gum,
ching chung,
ching young,
did but,
drink as,
drink up,
here but,
hiring young,
his truck,
hsing chung,
if but,
ink on,
is but,
is struck,
it but,
kick butt,
king can,
king nut,
king tut,
king was


3 syllables:
drawing chalk,
finger fuck,
trying luck,
into eq,
adding some,
adoring young,
asking young,
endearing young


4 syllables:
casimir funk


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