Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cambric:

2 syllables:
bath brick,
glass brick,
lath brick,
squat brick,
stadt zurich,
blank brick,
black buick,
glass bricks,
hat trick,
squab chick,
bank cheque,
blank cheque,
hand pick,
stand thick,
black stick,
brown brick,
chap stick,
crab stick,
draft pick,
hatched chick,
latch click,
match stick,
shall stick,
or brick,
small brick,
square brick,
stock brick,
and drink,
and risk,
cramp ring,
flat pick,
bad cheque,
black drink,
glass bridge,
platte bridge,
shall bring,
shall drink,
shall shrink,
snap brim,
staff bring,
stag tick,
that bring,
track bridge,
chrome brick,
cream brick,
graham brooks,
than risk,
at risk,
back kick,
bat tick,
ram disk,
that risk,
langue grecque,
sharp prick,
black truck,
crash truck,
smart trick,
trash truck,
and click,
and milk,
and picked,
and rich,
and six,
and think,
at paris,
blank cheques,
brass spring,
camp near,
camp with,
camped in,
camps in,
clamp which,
frank picked,
gang drill,
grand ridge,
hand drill,
hand picked,
lamp with,
lamps in,
ranch mink,
sand ridge

3 syllables:
contact mic,
suzanne britt,
sammy glick,
shabby trick,
bedroom brick,
falling brick,
paving brick,
bamboo ridge,
bamboo stick,
habit tic,
massive brick,
attack paris,
encamp there,
encamped in,
fancy sick

4 syllables:
abraham being,
enameled brick,
enamelled brick

Some other possibilities:

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See cambric used in context: 2 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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