Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rhetoric:

3 syllables:
metre thick,
bearer cheque,
beggar tick,
better if,
better in,
better is,
better it,
clever dick,
debtor in,
debtor is,
letter in,
letter is,
better stick,
better think,
metre stick,
error in,
error is,
ether is,
ever hear,
ever in,
ever is,
ever it,
feather in,
lever is,
measure in,
measure is,
measure it,
never hear,
never in,
never is,
pleasure in,
pleasure is,
pleasure it,
prefer it,
refer in,
refer it,
seller in,
seller is,
terror in,
treasure in,
treasure is,
weather in,
weather is,
whether his,
whether in,
whether it,
better check,
better look,
better luck,
flutter kick,
letter book,
cheddar pink,
beggar ticks,
better being,
better cheer,
better fit,
better there,
better thing,
better which,
better with,
center in,
center is,
centre in,
centre is,
clever trick,
debtor being,
debtor which,
enter here,
enter his,
enter in,
enter it,
ever think,
fetter which,
letter being,
letter there,
letter urging,
letter which,
letter will,
letter with,
letters in,
letters is,
metre being,
metre which,
never picked,
never stick

4 syllables:
professor hicks,
professor in,
successor in,
together his,
together in,
together is,
whoever is,
whoever it,
arrester hook,
frederick cooke,
detector is,
director in,
director is,
however thick

5 syllables:
professor hayek

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Book See rhetoric used in context: 1 rhyme, 7 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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