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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rorschach:

2 syllables:
for jack,
for back,
for lack,
or back,
or lack,
spore sac,
broad chalke,
all back,
ball sack,
call back,
clawed back,
drawn back,
draws back,
fall back,
fought back,
gone back,
half back,
soft tack,
straw stack,
talk back,
though black,
thought back,
toss back,
walk back,
claw back,
court act,
court takes,
draw back,
for bank,
for black,
for tax,
force back,
more shall,
nor shall,
or bank,
or black,
or fact,
or fax,
or shall,
or task,
or tax,
score shall,
shore shall,
short tacks,
short takes,
short track,
sport takes,
store shall,
store takes,
or act,
or ask,
car jack,
paar jack,
bar tack,
far back,
grass shack,
or talk,
or walk,
snack shack,
strong shock,
your back,
your mac,
door jamb,
george had,
all black,
all shall,
board at,
board had,
born at,
broad backs,
broad black,
broad track,
called back,
clause shall,
clause takes,
claws black,
corps at,
corps had,
course at,
course had,
court at,
court had,
cross shall


3 syllables:
on the port tack,
before black,
before tax,
favour shall,
reform act,
report back,
report takes,
support takes,
transport takes,
vapour lock,
along black,
along track,
among black,
because black,
before that,
belong shall,
clawing back


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