Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cyclic:

2 syllables:
right click,
slight click,
style click,
high stick,
quite thick,
shire wick,
side kick,
thai stick,
white pique,
eye blink,
light quick,
quite quick,
right quick,
light clicked,
grace slick,
might look,
ride luck,
side look,
take sick,
tried luck,
bite lip,
bite stick,
bright brick,
dried brick,
dried milk,
eyes lit,
flight risk,
light brick,
light picked,
light stick,
like being,
like sin,
like sir,
like there,
like this,
like with,
liked him,
liked his,
liked it,
likes it,
lines thick,
might stick,
might think,
miles thick,
night stick,
psyche there,
psyche which,
quite think,
reich there,
reich which,
rice milk,
right stick,
shrike tit,
size stick,
spike which,
strike being,
strike there,
strike which,
strike with,
strikes in,
style brick,
time sink,
weiss nicht,
white brick,
white silk,
white stick,
write cheques,
click click,
quick click,
you click,
eye lid,
file in,
file is,
fly whisk,
gives quick,
high risk,
light flicked,
like him,
like his,
like if,
like in,
like is,
like it,
like stink

3 syllables:
favourite trick,
biker chick,
provide quick,
quiet click,
design risk,
favourite tricks,
fire brick,
flying thick,
lying thick,
unlike being,
unlike locke,
cycle in,
cycle is,
likely in

4 syllables:
families think,
families linked

Some other possibilities:

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