Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with logcock:

2 syllables:
prog rock,
stop cock,
clock clock,
knock knock,
shock jock,
shock shock,
stock lock,
capped hock,
cause shock,
cod lock,
drop lock,
from rock,
garage rock,
job lock,
john locke,
john rock,
pop lock,
pop rock,
dog box,
dog fox,
dog pox,
dog shark,
shot clock,
spark knock,
watch clock,
at cock,
ball cock,
half cock,
block block,
lock box,
log log,
shock jocks,
smock frock,
stock stock,
art rock,
bar car,
car park,
carp pox,
cause cause,
cause stock,
caused shock,
chop mark,
crop mark,
dog watch,
dogs are,
dot com,
drop box,
from dark,
from stock,
hard knock,
hard rock,
heart knock,
hot box,
hot stock,
large rock,
logs are,
not cause,
not mark,
pop rocks,
rom com,
sharp knock,
sharp shock,
shops stock,
slot car,
smart shock,
square block,
square stock,
star carr,
top block,
black cock,
frog kick,
bronze clock,
clark clark,
dog cart,
giant clock,
grahame clark,
john knox,
large clock

3 syllables:
bourgeois stock,
hopper cock,
oar cock,
azhar mosque,
bobby locke,
depot stock,
enron stock,
follow locke,
gonna knock,
madame carre,
papa doc,
prepare stock,
salon carre,
vapor lock,
alarm clock,
gothic rock

4 syllables:
another knock,
another shock,
chicago naacp,
chicago stock

5 syllables:
haemorrhagic shock,
biologic clock

Some other possibilities:

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