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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with seismic:

2 syllables:
high stick,
thai stick,
quite thick,
shire wick,
side kick,
white pique,
rice milk,
dried milk,
lines thick,
miles thick,
size stick,
weiss nicht,
bite stick,
light stick,
might stick,
night stick,
right stick,
white stick,
bright brick,
cries which,
dried brick,
eye blink,
eyes lit,
eyes were,
eyes which,
eyes will,
eyes with,
flies being,
flies there,
flies which,
flight risk,
lies with,
light brick,
light picked,
light quick,
might think,
prize being,
prize ring,
prize there,
prize which,
quite quick,
quite think,
right click,
right quick,
rise with,
sighs which,
size which,
size will,
size with,
slight click,
style brick,
style click,
thighs being,
thighs which,
tide mill,
ties were,
ties which,
ties with,
time sink,
while aiming,
white brick,
white silk


3 syllables:
favourite trick,
advise which,
advised him,
advised his,
biker chick,
complies with,
design risk,
devise which,
devised in,
favourite tricks,
fire brick,
flying thick,
lying thick,
provide quick,
revised in,
supplies being,
supplies there,
supplies were,
supplies which,
surmise which,
surprise being,
surprise there,
surprise which,
surprised him,
surprised if,
unwise thing


4 syllables:
families think,
pasturized milk,
empathize with,
families being,
families there,
families were,
families which,
families will,
families with,
signifies being,
signifies which,
summarized in


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