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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tactic:

2 syllables:
stag tick,
black buick,
back kick,
bat tick,
black stick,
bad cheque,
flat pick,
hat trick,
squab chick,
clock tick,
act if,
act in,
act is,
act it,
act iv,
back link,
bank cheque,
black silk,
black tin,
blank cheque,
chap stick,
crab stick,
crack tip,
draft pick,
fact his,
fact in,
fact is,
fact it,
hacked it,
hatched chick,
lacked in,
latch click,
match stick,
packed in,
sache nicht,
shall stick,
sprache nicht,
stacked in,
tract in,
tract is,
black ink,
black duck,
dog tick,
back check,
black book,
black buck,
black chalk,
black crook,
black eunuch,
cant hook,
cross stick,
fowl tick,
glass stuck,
grass stuck,
joss stick,
rock chick,
soft tick,
though quick,
clack dish,
drag link,
hand pick,
ram disk,
scratch disk,
stand thick,
ant hill,
at risk,
at six,
back gear,
back there,
back this,
back with,
bath brick,
black being,
black bitch,
black cliff,
black pitch,
black ridge,
black ring,
black there


3 syllables:
contact mic,
abstract in,
attacked him,
attacked in,
attacked it,
contact in,
contact is,
extract is,
habit tic,
react in,
factor ix,
of that ilk,
lacrosse stick,
adapt it,
attached in,
attack being,
attack there,
attack which,
attack with,
attacks in


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