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

2 syllables:
bring us,
hear us,
in ice,
in us,
kill us,
near us,
with ice,
with us,
pick ups,
stick ups,
stick is,
took us,
trick is,
big ups,
quick as,
thick as,
being thus,
bids us,
brick up,
brings us,
chin ups,
click ok,
click on,
drift ice,
fill ups,
hick up,
him must,
him thus,
in posse,
in thus,
is thus,
it thus,
it twice,
lick up,
pick on,
pick up,
prick up,
shift assay,
sick on,
sit ups,
slick up,
snick up,
stick on,
stick up,
trick on,
trick up,
were thus,
which thus,
will thus,
brick dust,
click twice,
clicked twice,
it cuts,
mix ups,
quick puffs,
quick pulse,
thick crust,
trick twice,
which cuts,
beer is,
being his,
being is,
big as,
bill is,
bit his,
bit is,
bless us,
blood assay,
bridge is,
bring his,
did his,
dish is,
drill is,
ear is,
fear is,
fill his,
fish is

3 syllables:
asking us,
on thin ice,
assist us,
convince us,
dimer assay,
fischer assay,
showing us,
chicken house,
chicken is,
clear cuts,
clear ice,
michael house,
stricken house,
admit his,
as it is,
asking his,
career is,
compel us

4 syllables:
vitamin assay,
deliver us,
encourage us

5 syllables:
biologic assay,
clonogenic assay

Some other possibilities:

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