Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prozac:

2 syllables:
tow sack,
blow back,
low back,
no lack,
now back,
plow back,
row back,
to back,
to lack,
to pack,
who lack,
goes back,
blow stack,
coal sack,
yolk sack,
broke back,
coat rack,
does at,
drove back,
low backed,
no black,
no tax,
nose at,
now takes,
one act,
one back,
roach back,
rode back,
roll back,
rose at,
rose had,
shows at,
smoke crack,
so black,
those at,
thrown back,
to black,
to crack,
to rank,
to task,
to tax,
to thank,
to track,
two black,
two track,
who lacked,
who lacks,
who takes,
whole lacks,
wrote back,
blows stack,
chose black,
close black,
close packed,
close track,
grows black,
lose track,
no act,
now ask,
rolls back,
shows black,
those acts,
those asked,
those black,
to act,
to ask,
who act,
who ask,
whose backs,
whose black,
whose task,
bow shock,
no knock,
quoad hoc,
stone hawk,
to knock,
to lock,
to rock,
to talk,
to walk,
who talk,
who walk,
how sad,
so sad,
who sang,
who sat

3 syllables:
embryo sac,
adobe shack,
embryo takes,
lower back,
arose at

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