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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with upstroke:

2 syllables:
brush stroke,
butt stroke,
cam stroke,
sun stroke,
brush strokes,
thumb stroked,
tongue stroked,
twice broke,
crust broke,
front broke,
dead stroke,
death stroke,
firing stroke,
hair stroke,
pull stroke,
quick stroke,
ships broke,
blood spoke,
chief spoke,
gun smoke,
judge spoke,
man spoke,
parents broke,
then broke,
then spoke,
tongue spoke,
truck broke,
press stroke,
douglas spoke,
dulles spoke,
just folks,
parents smoke,
parents spoke,
puffed smoke,
sergeant spoke,
prince broke,
trucks drove

3 syllables:
extra stroke,
cruel stroke,
lucky stroke,
major stroke,
plunger stroke,
extra strokes,
agents broke,
couple broke,
jesus broke,
uncle spoke,
double stroke,
alice spoke,
cutting stroke,
fatal stroke,
final stroke,
mother stroked,
paddle stroke,
pedal stroke,
precise strokes,
putting stroke,
rapid stroke,
sudden stroke,
suffer strokes,
trudgen stroke,
adults spoke,
exhaled smoke,
orange smoke,
at a stroke,
battles broke,
bubble broke,
others broke,
trouble broke,
upright stroke,
upward stroke

4 syllables:
completed stroke,
dolorous stroke,
explosion stroke,
officer broke,
recurrent stroke,
officers broke

5 syllables:
recovery stroke

Some other possibilities:

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