Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tantric:

2 syllables:
hat trick,
hand pick,
stand thick,
bath brick,
draft pick,
glass brick,
hatched chick,
lath brick,
squat brick,
stadt zurich,
and drink,
and risk,
flat pick,
stag tick,
at risk,
bank cheque,
bat tick,
blank cheque,
than risk,
that risk,
black stick,
chap stick,
crab stick,
latch click,
match stick,
shall stick,
black truck,
brown brick,
crash truck,
grant shook,
smart trick,
trash truck,
and click,
and milk,
and picked,
and rich,
and six,
and think,
bad cheque,
black drink,
blank brick,
grand ridge,
hand drill,
hand picked,
sand ridge,
shall drink,
bad trip,
black buick,
brass strip,
cant win,
chant which,
class string,
craft stick,
draft picks,
glass bricks,
glass strip,
grant being,
grant there,
grant which,
grants in,
grass strip,
hatched chicks,
last six,
last trip,
past six,
plant being,
plant there,
plant which,
plant will,
plant with,
plants in,
plants is,
ranch mink,
shall shrink,
slant which,
squab chick,
tant pis,
wrapped stick,
cant hook,
con trick,
hand truck,
known trick,
canned drinks,
cat rig,
grand prix,
ant hill,
at six,
at turin,
back kick

3 syllables:
contact mic,
shabby trick,
handy trick,
fancy sick,
suzanne britt,
vacant niche,
japan struck,
yankee trick,
cancer risk,
fallout risk,
granite ridge

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