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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spotted dick:

3 syllables:
gotta stick,
data link,
data sink,
gotta think,
plotted in,
smart alec,
solid thick,
knotted stick,
data book,
gotta check,
facial tic,
gonna stick,
nodded his,
nodded in,
bottom in,
bottom is,
clara rilke,
cottage in,
data being,
data using,
data were,
data which,
data will,
data with,
drop a brick,
gonna think,
hot tubbing,
jahren nicht,
konnen nicht,
latin in,
not a bit,
not a whit,
not appear,
not using,
novell, inc,
prof. felix,
solid in,
solid is,
sollen nicht,
strata appear,
strata being,
strata there,
strata which,
thomas hicks,
wollen nicht,
rotten stick,
rotten trick,
cottage pink,
data in,
data is,
data it,
dotted with,
dropped a brick,
gonna drink,
konnten nicht,
most tragic,
not adhere,
parted in,
plotted there,
plotted which,
solid brick,
solid stick,
start adding,
started his,
started in,
started it,
stopped adding,
strata in,
trochal disk,
wanna drink,
wanted him,
wanted his,
wanted in,
wanted it,
habit tic,
clara shook,
fromm erich,
gonna check,
mock epic,
bada bing,
block cutting

4 syllables:
mahratta ditch,
bourgeois public,
lusaka addis,
schemata which,
stomata which,
adopted here,
adopted in,
adopted is,
adopted it,
coffee addict,
departed in,
canada czech,
canada appear,
canada being,
canada pitch,
canada there,
canada using

5 syllables:
mahabharata which,
niobrara chalk

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