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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with damask:

2 syllables:
not ask,
bar mask,
job bank,
dont ask,
yvonne asked,
brock asked,
from bank,
not asked,
scott asked,
spock asked,
tom hanks,
ahmed asked,
bomb rack,
from back,
from lack,
from mass,
or ask,
shall ask,
that task,
bomb and,
calm and,
drop tank,
fog bank,
from and,
from hand,
mom and,
not thank,
prof. frank,
square shank,
stop plank,
swath bank,
tom and,
top rank,
whom and,
eye mask,
graham asked,
half mask,
ski mask,
france asked,
once asked,
bar tack,
car jack,
charge asked,
clark asked,
clarke asked,
drop back,
drop pass,
far back,
from at,
from banks,
from last,
from past,
garth asked,
got back,
guard asked,
harvey asked,
heart asked,
hop back,
hot pack,
knock back,
march asked,
marge asked,
marsh asked


3 syllables:
madame asked,
horace asked,
mamma asked,
momma asked,
swami asked,
tommy asked,
azhar mosque,
bonnie asked,
connor asked,
donna asked,
honor asked,
joanne asked,
johnny asked,
jonah asked,
lonnie asked,
often ask,
only ask,
ronnie asked,
sonny asked,
bobbie asked,
bobby asked,
bourgeois black,
clara asked,
dolly asked,
father asked,
gerard asked,
holly asked,
kjeldahl flask,
madame blanc,
mcgarvey asked,
mollie asked


4 syllables:
molotov asked,
abraham asked,
o'connor asked,
another asked,
canada asked,
chicago asked


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See damask used in context: 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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