Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in check:

2 syllables:
ring neck,
bridge deck,
deer neck,
his neck,
ship wreck,
stiff neck,
being checked,
is checked,
quick checks,
skill checks,
were checked,
print checks,
signed checks,
quinn shook,
young czech,
drill chuck,
gun deck,
hen peck,
hon sec,
in. thick,
lynne cooke,
sun deck,
being wrecked,
ring necked,
sling chair,
swing chair,
twin jet,
wing chair,
bridge decks,
cousin bette,
his chair,
his desk,
hit the deck,
ind. eng,
its neck,
mil spec,
print head,
ringed hair,
shin bet,
skin care,
skin cell,
stiff chair,
stiff necked,
stiff necks,
thick necks,
thin set,
this chair,
turin where,
twin set,
win them,
winged death,
with sex,
inch thick,
gwyn nell,
his ex,
pin head,
script checks,
thin air,
this sect,
tipp ex,
which air,
winged chair,
being sick,
chris shook,
him look,
king duck,
king took,
mitch shook,
slings hook,
smith shook,
still shook,
which shook,
bell deck,
big book,
bill book,
brick thick,
bull neck,
cheque book,
click click,
click quick,
deer lick,
deer tick,
did look,
dik dik,
ear pick,
ear tick,
fish duck,
flip book

3 syllables:
until checked,
login shell,
berlin where,
clear the deck,
drawing checks,
leading czech,
paying checks,
issue checks,
native czech,
akhal tekke,
appear thick

5 syllables:
virginia tech

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