Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rethink:

2 syllables:
pkware, inc,
press inc.,
lemme think,
them think,
with ink,
dead link,
delle cinque,
shell pink,
chair thinks,
dared think,
death thing,
death tick,
french think,
friend think,
shell thick,
spread thick,
where thick,
breath hissed,
breath hitched,
egg whisk,
fresh milk,
share risks,
where risks,
but think,
can think,
did think,
do think,
her think,
him think,
may think,
men think,
now think,
smith thinks,
some think,
still think,
surely think,
then think,
there think,
they think,
to think,
who think,
will think,
with pink,
with thick,
with zinc,
you think,
breath in,
death in,
air sick,
breath is,
breath there,
check links,
check things,
death his,
death if,
death is,
death it,
death risks,
death there,
delle lingue,
fell sick,
fetch things,
fresh drink,
fresh things,
gets sick,
guess things,
health risk,
nelle lingue

3 syllables:
better think,
ever think,
except think,
fellow think,
never think,
percent think,
subject think,
their risk,
extra thick,
today think,
breathing work,
access links,
assess things,
ceding back,
direct link,
dressing sack,
dressing sacque,
express things,
getting back,
getting hooked,
getting the hook,
getting thick,
heading back,
jedding ax,
leading czech,
leading shock,
narrow chink,
possess things,
project link

4 syllables:
expressing shock

Some other possibilities:

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