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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crushed rock:

2 syllables:
front shock,
rev. proc,
douglas stock,
parent rocks,
youngest rocks,
dutch clock,
dutch stock,
phage stock,
stunned shock,
such stock,
blood stock,
chief stock,
gun stock,
stress block,
sun block,
young stock,
front track,
rushed back,
rugged rocks,
chubb lock,
front block,
front terrace,
man lock,
num lock,
parent block,
parent stock,
thrust block,
trust stock,
but mark,
chalk rocks,
gut rot,
ham hock,
rushed from,
judge brack,
butt crack,
fish stock,
fresh stock,
in proc,
just back,
just walk,
lift lock,
mud crack,
must walk,
pressure shock,
stress crack,
can drop,
domed mosque,
fresh track,
judge clark,
judge clarke,
judge from,
let drop,
much from,
mud frog,
sludge flocs

3 syllables:
extra stock,
office stock,
asset stock,
office block,
office clock,
urban block,
accent mark,
adult stock,
cotton frock,
extra block,
extra clock,
precious stock,
product stock,
safety lock,
summer frock,
extra track,
amidst rocks,
desert rocks,
greater shock,
quiet knock,
summit rocks,
utter shock,
direct shock,
erect cock,
expressed shock,
prevent shock,
resist shock,
beloved flock,
major block,
major stock,
mature stock,
orange stock,
suffered shock,
under lock,
under shock

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