Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tragic:

2 syllables:
young chick,
ba jin,
blood disk,
can pick,
dove tick,
get sick,
judge him,
judge in,
judge is,
judge it,
love sick,
nut pick,
pa risc,
schon nicht,
scrub tick,
tongue thick,
up tick,
van dijk,
van dyck,
was sick,
was thick,
smudge stick,
but took,
can hook,
clove hook,
cup hook,
grub hook,
his sick,
hook kick,
in nick,
is sick,
la tech,
quick kick,
with thick,
brush in,
cha ching,
dna chip,
dutch in,
flush it,
ka ching,
much his,
much if,
much in,
much is,
much it,
rush in,
such in,
such is,
such it,
beg him,
blood in,
blood is,
bus is,
but here,
but him,
but his,
but if,
but ill,
but in,
but is,
but it,
butt in,
buzz in,
can hear,
can hit,
can in,
can it,
chief in,
chief is,
chuck in,
clove hitch,
club in,
club is,
come here,
come if,
come in,
come in.

3 syllables:
extra thick,
pea chick,
become thick,
extra trick,
extra check,
a la king,
acid in,
acid is,
added his,
added in,
advice in,
advice is,
alice in,
allah which,
arise if,
arise in,
asset in,
asset is,
become his,
become ill,
become in,
begun his,
begun in

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