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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with drop kick:

2 syllables:
car sick,
clock tick,
dog tick,
got sick,
hot chick,
not pick,
not sick,
poll pick,
rock chick,
crop milk,
dopp kit,
sharp prick,
slop sink,
sharp click,
sharp quick,
top deck,
job stick,
square brick,
stock brick,
top gear,
arc in,
arc is,
bark is,
clock ticked,
clock ticks,
copped it,
cops it,
crop year,
crops in,
crops is,
dark in,
dropped his,
dropped in,
dropped it,
drops in,
from king,
from six,
god king,
hard disc,
hard disk,
hard tick,
hopped it,
hops it,
hot fix,
hot link,
hot pink,
john fiske,
john king,
john speke,
john xix,
large thick,
mahl stick,
mark his,
mark in,
mark is,
mark it,
mosque in,
not fix,
not kill,
not kin,
not mix,
not risk,
not sink,
not stick,
not think,
opt in,
park in,
park is,
prom king,
rock milk,
rock pink,
scotch kiss,
scott picked,
shop with,
shops in,
shot silk,
smart trick,
stock picks,
stop being,
stop bit,
stop there,
stop this,
stop with,
stopped him,
stopped his,
stopped in,
stopped it,
stops in,
swamp pink,
swapped in


3 syllables:
adopt in,
adopt it,
dollar cheque,
embark in,
jiang qing,
remark in,
remark is,
spotted dick


4 syllables:
guitar pick,
offenbar nicht


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