Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deer tick:

7 letters:
dik dik,
in nick,
is sick,
ear wig,
big six

8 letters:
ear pick,
in thick,
is thick,
nit pick,
his sick,
were six,
air sick,
is stuck,
dik diks,
were big,
zip disc,
zip disk,
built in,
built is,
built it

9 letters:
his stick,
were sick,
his thick,
in. thick,
will pick,
big stick,
dip stick,
here till,
king took,
this took,
year book,
feared it,
reared in,
there did,
big slick,
built his,
adrift in,
assist in

10 letters:
were thick,
gear stick,
being sick,
quick pick,
squib kick,
fish stick,
quick kick,
there till,
this trick,
were quick,
will stick,
with thick,
queer duck,
which took,
appears in,
assist him,
assist his,
careers in

11 letters:
queer trick,
brick thick,
click click,
click quick,
quick click,
quick quick,
still thick,
thick thick,
quick trick,
split stick,
still stick,
there quick,
there think,
thick stick,
were picked,
years thick,
where thick,
cleared his,
being quick,
brick brick,
bring quick,
cheer which,
chick flick,
chris still,
until thick,
giro cheque,
appeared in,
appear with,
career with

12 letters:
there picked,
queer tricks,
being kicked,
being picked,
bricks thick,
chris picked,
appear thick,
a near thing,
appear there,
appear which,
appears here,
career being,
career there,
career which

13 letters:
chewing stick

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