Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trophic:

2 syllables:
cow kick,
cow lick,
so sick,
so thick,
to kick,
to pick,
toe pick,
to fix,
to fig,
cow milk,
crow silk,
do think,
go fish,
goal kick,
grows thick,
low risk,
no fear,
no risk,
now think,
so quick,
those thick,
throw stick,
to fear,
to fill,
to fish,
to fit,
to link,
to mix,
to risk,
to sink,
to six,
to stick,
to think,
who fear,
who think,
whose thick,
co. inc.,
no fixed,
so fixed,
boat hook,
coach chuck,
do look,
home ec,
lo tech,
low tech,
no book,
no luck,
now look,
now took,
to book,
to check,
to cook,
to look,
vo tech,
who look,
who took,
how big,
no big,
so big,
to dig,
two big,
aol im,
blow lid,
blow which,
blow with,
blown in,
boat in,
boat is,
bone in,
bone is,
bowed his,
bowed in,
bowl in,
bowl is,
broke his,
broke in,
broke in.,
broke it,
brow ridge,
burro deer,
chose his

3 syllables:
embryo chick,
adobe brick,
enclose cheque,
abode in,
above him,
above his,
above in,
above is,
above it,
alone in,
alone is,
alone it,
approach him,
approach in,
approach is,
approach it,
arose in,
chateau there,
chateau which

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