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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with card trick:

2 syllables:
hard tick,
arch brick,
large brick,
yard stick,
yards thick,
arched brick,
sharp prick,
square brick,
hard drink,
heart tricks,
charge stick,
knobbed stick,
large stick,
sharp click,
sharp quick,
sharp stick,
large truck,
parked truck,
smart drink,
star struck,
carved stick,
gnarled stick,
hard wiring,
job stick,
large thick,
mahl stick,
marked ridge,
not stick,
stock brick,
star trek,
car sick,
clock tick,
dog tick,
got sick,
guard picked,
guard ring,
hard link,
heart kicked,
heart picked,
heart think,
hot chick,
not drink,
not pick,
not sick,
notched stick,
scotch drink,
spot kick,
square bricks,
star drill,
start hiring,
start tearing,
clock struck,
clocks struck,
round brick,
shalt drink,
shots struck,
sword stick,
duarte bridge,
hard disc,
hard disk,
heart parish,
heart thrill,
not risk,
smart grid,
start firing,
start pouring


3 syllables:
compare string,
solid brick,
party tricks,
bernard crick,
market risk,
parlor tricks,
parlour tricks,
o'clock struck,
dropped a brick,
lofty brick


4 syllables:
gerhard fricke


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