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

2 syllables:
ear pick,
his stick,
were sick,
were thick,
gear stick,
queer trick,
dik dik,
being sick,
brick thick,
click click,
click quick,
his thick,
in. thick,
in thick,
is thick,
nit pick,
quick click,
quick pick,
quick quick,
squib kick,
still thick,
thick thick,
will pick,
big stick,
chewing stick,
dip stick,
fish stick,
here till,
his sick,
in nick,
is sick,
quick kick,
quick trick,
split stick,
still stick,
there picked,
there quick,
there think,
there till,
thick stick,
this trick,
were picked,
were quick,
were six,
will stick,
with thick,
years thick,
queer tricks,
queer duck,
air sick,
is stuck,
king took,
this took,
where thick,
which took,
year book,
cleared his,
dik diks,
ear wig,
feared it,
reared in,
there did,
were big,
zip disc,
zip disk,
being kicked,
being picked,
being quick,
big six,
big slick,
brick brick,
bricks thick,
bring quick,
built his,
built in,
built is,
built it,
cheer which,
chick flick,
chris picked,
chris still

3 syllables:
appear thick,
until thick,
giro cheque,
appeared in,
a near thing,
adrift in,
appear there,
appear which,
appear with,
appears here,
appears in,
assist him,
assist his,
assist in,
career being,
career there,
career which,
career with,
careers in

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