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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with obstetric:

2 syllables:
get sick,
nut pick,
con trick,
can pick,
dove tick,
love sick,
scrub tick,
tongue thick,
up tick,
van dijk,
van dyck,
was sick,
was thick,
young chick,
mud brick,
but six,
but think,
get rich,
get rid,
heute nicht,
let rip,
sliced thick,
some risk,
crushed brick,
front brick,
pa risc,
trump trick,
but look,
get the hook,
gets sick,
gut check,
nit pick,
blood picks,
bud stick,
bas rhin,
bharat singh,
buff stick,
bug fix,
but being,
but did,
but fear,
but mere,
but miss,
but near,
but sir,
but there,
but this,
but were,
but which,
but will,
but with,
can click,
can fix,
can think,
chalk ridge,
chuck rib,
clove pink,
cuff link,
cut with,
cuts in,
darum nicht,
drum stick,
gas ring,
get near,
get there,
get this,
get with,
gum ridge,
gum stick,
has six,
humour in,
humour is,
let there,
let this,
man milk,
men think,
non stick


3 syllables:
extra trick,
extra tricks,
become thick,
extra drink,
accent thick,
extra thick,
flutter kick,
cruel trick,
greater risk,
turn a trick,
unless strict,
acid milk,
extra drill,
adult ticks,
algal ridge,
alice picked,
asses kicked,
asset being,
asset which,
become rich,
becomes thick,
extra thrill,
lay on thick



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