Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cosmetic:

2 syllables:
death tick,
gets sick,
spread thick,
air sick,
bet is,
bet it,
debt in,
debt is,
dressed in,
et il,
et in,
fell sick,
met ear,
met him,
met his,
met in,
met it,
net in,
net is,
pkware, inc,
press inc.,
set him,
set his,
set in,
set in.,
set is,
set it,
shell thick,
stressed in,
threat in,
threat is,
where thick,
yet here,
yet his,
yet if,
yet in,
yet is,
yet it,
bread stick,
dead stick,
felt sick,
fresh stick,
mesh stick,
steht nicht,
dead duck,
check hook,
deck hook,
delle acque,
flesh hook,
his sick,
hook kick,
in nick,
is sick,
nelle acque,
quick kick,
with thick,
bread in,
bread is,
dead in,
dead is,
head in,
head is,
lead him,
lead his,
lead in,
lead is,
lead it,
spread his,
spread in,
spread is,
spread it,
thread in,
thread is,
air in,
air is,
air it,
bear him,
bear his,
bear in,
bear is,
bear it,
bell in,
bell is,
bless him

3 syllables:
addressed him,
addressed his,
addressed in,
regret it,
upset him,
beggar tick,
metre thick,
palette click,
pretty thick,
extra thick,
ahead in,
access in,
access is

4 syllables:
cigarette in,
acquiesce in

5 syllables:
amenhotep iv

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