Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with magic:

2 syllables:
back kick,
bat tick,
bad cheque,
squab chick,
black buick,
black ink,
flat pick,
hat trick,
stag tick,
crash shook,
match hook,
cat hook,
gang hook,
shall look,
snap hook,
that eq,
that took,
though thick,
what took,
ache in,
ash is,
bash in,
cache hit,
cash in,
cash is,
catch him,
catch his,
catch in,
catch it,
crash in,
dash it,
flash in,
hatch in,
match his,
match in,
match is,
scratch hit,
smash hit,
smash in,
ab is,
add in,
add it,
at him,
at his,
at in,
at is,
at it,
back here,
back his,
back if,
back in,
back in.,
back is,
back it,
bad if,
bad in,
bad is,
bad it,
bag in,
bag is,
bag it,
bang in,
bat ear,
bath in,
bath is,
black in,
black is,
cap in,
cap is,
cat in,
cat is,
clad in,
class in,
class is,
class iv,
crack in,
cram in,
dad is,
drag him,
drag in,
drag it,
fan in,
fan is,
fat in,
fat is,
flag in,
flag is,
flap is,
flat in,
gap in,
gap is,
glad if,
glad it

3 syllables:
of that ilk,
attack him,
attack in,
attack is,
attack it,
combat in,
fortran iv

Some other possibilities:

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