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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kreplach:

2 syllables:
delle acque,
nelle acque,
et seq,
french chalk,
mpeg-2 mc,
mpeg 2 mc,
dead duck,
be in luck,
good luck,
his luck,
in luck,
push luck,
them look,
wet look,
with luck,
dead leg,
sec leg,
air duct,
bread truck,
breath sucked,
cette lutte,
crept up,
dead drunk,
friend chuck,
gets stuck,
kept an,
kept as,
kept on,
kept up,
kept us,
slept on,
step cut,
step son,
step was,
stepped on,
stepped up,
steps as,
steps on,
steps up,
sweat duct,
swept up,
wet lung,
where love,
ill luck,
sheer pluck,
step like,
cell as,
cell has,
cell lung,
dwell on,
et la,
fell as,
fell on,
hell on,
sell on,
sell up,
smell up,
step as,
step has,
step on,
step up,
swell up,
tell on,
tell us,
well as,
well hung,
well on,
well up,
air sick,
bell book,
bell deck,
bench hook,
bush buck,
check book,
check check,
chief eunuch,
claire shook,
death shook,
death tick


3 syllables:
any luck,
better luck,
their luck,
accept an,
accept as,
decoy duck,
except an,
except as,
except on,
excess sludge,
express truck,
prepared chalk,
repair truck,
yellow chalk,
as well as,
compel us,
hotel has,
hotel on,
tunel assay,
access check


4 syllables:
cigarette stuck



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