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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chalk talk:

6 letters:
but of

7 letters:
duct of,
bust of,
cult of,
dept of,
dust of,
dust or,
flux of,
gust of,
just of,
just or,
lust of,
must of,
tuft of,
tuk tuk,
but all,
butt of

8 letters:
can walk,
hen hawk,
brunt of,
buck for,
crust of,
dept. of,
dust off,
front of,
front or,
just off,
must all,
trust of,
trust or,
was tall,
buck off,
buck saw,
but half,
adult or,
asset of,
asset or

9 letters:
duck walk,
duck hawk,
then walk,
just walk,
must walk,
buck moth,
dung fork,
la crosse,
parent of,
parent or,
thrust of,
accent of,
ascent of,
assent of,
extent of,
extent or,
result of,
bucket of

10 letters:
fucked off,
thumb tack,
duck sauce,
has taught,
man walked,
rushed off,
sliced off,
was taught,
conduct of,
conduct or,
product of,
product or,
adjunct of

11 letters:
struck back,
brushed off,
rural walks,
sergeant of,
then walked,
youngest of,
thick stalk,
truck takes,
extra clock,
extra stock,
extra cross,
conduct for

12 letters:
chief walked,
judge walked,
enoch walked,
uncle talked,
office stock,
alice walked,
extra clause,
uncle taught,
uncle walked,
direct talks,
budget talks,
client talks

13 letters:
douglas stock,
chuck thought,
conduct talks,
conduct takes,
product takes,
admiral hawke

14 letters:
subject talked,
brother talked

Some other possibilities:

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