Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with knee jerk:

2 syllables:
by work,
my work,
they work,
each work,
by works,
my works,
neat work,
nietzsche werke,
piece work,
real work,
roughly worked,
routine work,
surely worked,
team work,
they worked,
three works,
siege works,
by church,
free church,
my church,
my shirt,
reach earth,
speech heard,
tee shirt,
bee bird,
beef herd,
been heard,
been hurt,
by birth,
by third,
by word,
clean earth,
dry nurse,
free verse,
greek earth,
green earth,
key word,
leave earth,
my birth,
my firm,
my girl,
my purse,
my search,
my third,
my turn,
my word,
neither earth,
peter earle,
queen heard,
steve earle,
steve heard,
street heard,
surely learn,
surely serve,
surely worse,
surely worth,
sweet earth,
theme heard,
they burn,
they learn,
they serve,
they turn,
thy word,
tree fern,
very firm,
very word,
by jack,
bleach works,
reach her,
speech works,
teach her,
beat her,
been her,
been worked

3 syllables:
college work,
complete work,
entry clerk,
machine work,
relief work,
sea perch,
skeeter hawk,
college works,
appeal heard,
chinese earth,
degree curve,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
degree worth,
entry keyers,
entry word,
ideas heard,
on my word,
saline earth,
feature shock,
teacher check,
any work,
areas worked,
beaker folk

4 syllables:
dopamine nerve,
pharisees heard

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