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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hectic:

2 syllables:
death tick,
air sick,
fell sick,
gets sick,
shell thick,
spread thick,
where thick,
bread stick,
checked his,
checked in,
dead stick,
felt sick,
fresh stick,
mesh stick,
where quick,
recht nicht,
dik dik,
brick thick,
check book,
check check,
click click,
click quick,
deer tick,
dove tick,
ear tick,
his stick,
quick click,
quick pick,
quick quick,
rec. sec,
rec sec,
scrub tick,
them took

3 syllables:
beggar tick,
affect him,
affect his,
affect in,
affect it,
collect his,
collect in,
collect it,
connect it,
defect in,
defect is,
detect in,
direct his,
direct hit,
direct in,
direct it,
effect his,
effect if,
effect in,
effect is,
effect it,
erect in,
expect him,
expect in,
expect it,
object in,
object is,
object it,
palette click,
perfect in,
project in,
project is,
protect him,
protect his,
protect it,
reflect his,
reflect in,
reject it,
respect him,
respect his,
respect in,
respect is,
respect it,
select it,
subject in,
subject is,
subject it,
suspect in,
suspect it,
direct link,
expect quick,
project link,
subject think

4 syllables:
directive 2000/60/ec,
directive 2000/78/ec,
directive 67/548/eec,
directive 75/442/eec,
directive 76/207/eec,
directive 77/388/eec,
directive 78/660/eec,
directive 85/337/eec,
directive 89/391/eec,
directive 89/552/eec,
directive 90/220/eec,
directive 92/43/eec,
directive 95/46/ec,
directive 96/9/ec

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