Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boat hook:

2 syllables:
now took,
who took,
do look,
no book,
now look,
to book,
to cook,
to look,
who look,
note book,
one took,
lo tech,
low tech,
vo tech,
code book,
road book,
chloe looked,
close look,
dope book,
no books,
now looked,
one book,
one look,
phone book,
stone shook,
throw crook,
two books,
who looked,
who looks,
whole book,
whole booke,
whole looks,
whose book,
wrote books,
coach chuck,
cow kick,
cow lick,
home ec,
no luck,
so sick,
so thick,
to check,
to kick,
to pick,
toe pick,
bow wood,
cow bush,
do good,
how good,
how poor,
no good,
no mood,
so full,
so good,
so poor,
to foot,
to full,
to good,
to lure,
to poor,
to pull,
to push,
two foot,
two full,
two good,
but took,
coat check,
do take,
it took,
now take,
so take,
that took,
they took,
throw stick,
to eq,
to stick,
to take,
to talk,
tow truck,
what took,
who take,
who talk,
you took,
closed book,
could look,
old book,
should look,
would look

3 syllables:
promote books,
embryo chick,
bio tech,
remote truck,
a closed book,
above books,
above looks,
alone looked,
alone looks,
approach looked,
approach looks,
brought to book

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