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

7 letters:
by work,
my work,
by word,
my firm,
my girl,
my turn,
my word,
by jack


8 letters:
by works,
my works,
my shirt,
bee bird,
by birth,
by third,
key word,
my birth,
my purse,
my third,
thy word,
beat her,
been her,
any work


9 letters:
they work,
each work,
neat work,
real work,
team work,
by church,
my church,
tee shirt,
beef herd,
been hurt,
dry nurse,
my search,
they burn,
they turn,
tree fern,
very firm,
very word,
reach her,
teach her,
sea perch


10 letters:
piece work,
been heard,
free verse,
they learn,
they serve,
entry word,
on my word


11 letters:
they worked,
three works,
siege works,
free church,
reach earth,
clean earth,
greek earth,
green earth,
leave earth,
peter earle,
queen heard,
steve earle,
steve heard,
sweet earth,
theme heard,
been worked,
entry clerk,
relief work,
ideas heard,
beaker folk


12 letters:
routine work,
speech heard,
street heard,
surely learn,
surely serve,
surely worse,
surely worth,
bleach works,
speech works,
college work,
machine work,
skeeter hawk,
appeal heard,
degree curve,
degree nurse,
degree worse,
degree worth,
entry keyers,
saline earth,
areas worked


13 letters:
surely worked,
neither earth,
complete work,
college works,
chinese earth,
feature shock,
teacher check


14 letters:
roughly worked,
dopamine nerve


15 letters:
nietzsche werke,
pharisees heard


Some other possibilities:

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