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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brackish:

2 syllables:
clack dish,
hag fish,
back here,
back his,
back if,
back in,
back in.,
back is,
back it,
back kick,
black in,
cat fish,
catch fish,
clap dish,
crack in,
flat fish,
jack in,
jack is,
lack in,
pack in,
pan fish,
sac is,
slack in,
stack is,
that fish,
track in,
trash fish,
half fish,
bag in,
bag is,
bag it,
drag him,
drag in,
drag it,
flag in,
flag is,
lag in,
laugh which,
mad itch,
tag is,
ab is,
ache in,
add in,
add it,
ash is,
at him,
at his,
at in,
at is,
at it,
bad if,
bad in,
bad is,
bad it,
bang in,
bash in,
bat ear,
bat tick,
bath in,
bath is,
cache hit,
cap in,
cap is,
cash in,
cash is,
cat in,
cat is,
catch him,
catch his,
catch in,
catch it,
clad in,
class in,
class is,
class iv,
cram in,
crash in,
dad is,
dash it,
fan in,
fan is,
fat in,
fat is,
flap is,
flash in,
flat in,
gap in,
gap is,
glad if,
glad it,
glass in,
glass is

3 syllables:
attack him,
attack in,
attack is,
attack it,
combat in,
fortran iv

Some other possibilities:

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