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

2 syllables:
click clack,
crick crack,
knick knack,
nick nack,
stick lac,
tic tac,
tick tack,
bric à brac,
bric � brac,
quick black,
slick black,
thick black,
big mac,
his pack,
cousin jack,
dish rack,
his lack,
is lack,
pin jack,
this lack,
which lack,
with jack,
with lack,
big black,
disc pack,
disk pack,
shrink pack,
sick bag,
six pack,
being backed,
being black,
brick bat,
brick stack,
bridge bank,
bring black,
click track,
hiring black,
his bank,
his black,
in banc,
in bank,
in black,
ink sac,
is backed,
is black,
knick knacks,
pitch black,
quick snack,
quick takes,
quick thank,
shear crack,
sheer black,
split black,
stiff backed,
stiff backs,
stiff black,
still black,
there black,
thick stack,
thing black,
this bank,
this black,
tic tacs,
were black,
which black,
whip crack,
with black,
click blank,
drink black,
ink black,
thick banks,
think black,
wicked black,
book rack,
mus bac,
quick knock,
thick shock,
tick tock,
being packed,
big bang,
big bath,
bin bag,
fig wax,
film pack,
his bag,
is packed

3 syllables:
aching backs,
adding black,
admit black,
appear black,
berlin black,
conflict takes,
until black,
bric-a brac,
bric a brac,
classic black,
depict black,
restrict black,
sticky black,
allan bakke

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