Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with click-clack:

2 syllables:
click clack,
stick lac,
crick crack,
his lack,
is lack,
kick back,
knick knack,
nick nack,
this lack,
tic tac,
tick tack,
which lack,
with lack,
quick black,
slick black,
thick black,
big mac,
bring back,
cousin jack,
dish rack,
him back,
his back,
his pack,
hit back,
in back,
is back,
it back,
pin jack,
rear back,
ring back,
sit back,
sling back,
slip back,
spring back,
swing back,
switch back,
this back,
trim back,
trip back,
were back,
whip back,
win back,
wing back,
with back,
with jack,
big black,
being black,
blink back,
bric à brac,
bric � brac,
brick stack,
bring black,
disc pack,
disk pack,
hiring black,
his black,
in black,
ink sac,
is black,
it lacked,
it lacks,
its lack,
kicked back,
kicks back,
knick knacks,
pitch black,
quick snack,
quick takes,
quick thank,
shear crack,
sheer black,
shrink back,
shrink pack,
six pack,
split black,
stiff black,
still black,
there black,
there lacked,
there lacks,
thick stack,
thing black,
think back,
this black,
tic tacs,
were black,
which black,
which lacked,
which lacks,
whip crack,
with black

3 syllables:
adding black,
admit black,
appear black,
berlin black,
clear black,
conflict takes,
their lack,
until black

Some other possibilities:

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