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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with redbrick:

2 syllables:
air brick,
press brick,
bread stick,
dead stick,
mud brick,
pressed brick,
spread thick,
cells thick,
felt sick,
fresh stick,
frit brick,
mesh stick,
wears thick,
where quick,
bread truck,
brick brick,
thick brick,
with brick,
gets sick,
jet bridge,
air bridge,
air sick,
bread sticks,
charred stick,
death bring,
death tick,
fell sick,
fresh drink,
head grit,
head trip,
health risk,
less risk,
shell thick,
where thick,
build brick,
crude brick,
dried brick,
thread broke,
pressed bricks,
bread being,
bread bin,
dared bring,
dead link,
dread being,
head strict,
spread being,
thread being,
web ring,
stiff prick,
bud stick,
con trick,
heads shook,
queer trick,
quick trick,
sweat pouring,
this trick,
zurich zurich,
cleft stick,
left click,
lets rip,
metres thick,
pkware, inc,
spread risks


3 syllables:
heavy brick,
mellow brick,
narrow brick,
yellow brick,
palette click,
weathered brick,
pretty trick,
access bridge,
clever trick,
meadow brook,
pretty brisk,
bearing brick,
carry bricks,
convex bricks,
credit risk,
flemish brick,
meadow bridge,
yellow bricks,
express truck,
perfect wreck,
repair truck,
better stick,
expect quick,
getting thick,
hotel paris,
metre stick,
pretty quick,
pretty slick


4 syllables:
every brick,
orangewood stick,
develop thick,
enamelled brick


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