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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with haptic:

2 syllables:
stag tick,
bat tick,
chap stick,
squab chick,
bad cheque,
black buick,
flat pick,
hat trick,
crab stick,
back kick,
black stick,
clapped his,
draft pick,
hatched chick,
match stick,
shall stick,
slapped him,
slapped his,
snap link,
snapped his,
tapped his,
trapped in,
wrapped his,
wrapped in,
wrapped it,
wrapped stick,
cant hook,
chap book,
clock tick,
cross stick,
dog tick,
drop kick,
fowl tick,
glass stuck,
grass stuck,
joss stick,
soft tick,
bath brick,
clap dish,
glass brick,
hand pick,
lath brick,
ram disk,
scratch disk,
squat brick,
stand thick,
act if,
act in,
act is,
act it,
act iv,
ant hill,
at risk,
at six,
back link,
bank cheque,
black silk,
black tin,
blank cheque,
blast it,
cap with,
cast him,
cast his,
cast in,
cast is,
cast it,
chang t'ing,
class still,
class think,
crack tip,
craft in,
draft in,
draft is,
drag link,
fact his,
fact in,
fact is,
fact it,
fast in,
flashed in,
gap year,
gaps in,
glass still,
graft is


3 syllables:
habit tic,
adapt it,
contact mic,
chapter ix,
of that ilk,
lacrosse stick,
abstract in,
attached in,
attacked him,
attacked in,
attacked it,
collapse in,
contact in,
contact is,
extract is,
forecast is



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