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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with extrinsic:

2 syllables:
being sick,
in. thick,
in thick,
were sick,
his sick,
in nick,
in six,
in sync,
is sick,
brick thick,
click click,
click quick,
deer lick,
deer tick,
dik dik,
ear pick,
ear tick,
his stick,
his thick,
is thick,
nit pick,
quick click,
quick pick,
quick quick,
squib kick,
still thick,
thick thick,
were thick,
will pick,
in sec,
chewing stick,
big six,
big slick,
big stick,
bricks thick,
dip stick,
fish stick,
gear stick,
in milk,
in quick,
in sin,
in sir,
inch thick,
its six,
lip sync,
lip synch,
milk sick,
nin sin,
pin risk,
prince in,
prince is,
quick kick,
since his,
since if,
since in,
since it,
skin flick,
split stick,
still stick,
thick stick,
were six,
will sink,
will stick,
with silk,
with six,
with thick,
his six,
is six,
prince sixte,
air sick,
be in luck,
can pick,
fell sick,
get sick,
gets sick,
in book,
in check,
in luck,
love sick,
lynne cooke,
quinn shook,
took sick,
van dijk,
van dyck,
was sick,
being kicked,
being picked,
being quick,
bring quick,
dim sim

3 syllables:
appear thick,
until thick,
convince him,
convince his,
until six,
call in sick,
finger pick,
finger thick,
flying thick,
growing chick

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