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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with frog kick:

2 syllables:
dog tick,
clock tick,
rock chick,
car sick,
got sick,
hot chick,
not pick,
not sick,
poll pick,
log book,
stag tick,
clock ticked,
clock ticks,
rock milk,
rock pink,
stock brick,
stock picks,
arc in,
arc is,
bark is,
crop milk,
dark in,
dog fish,
dog shit,
dog will,
dog with,
dogs ear,
dogs in,
dogs it,
dopp kit,
from king,
from six,
god king,
hard disc,
hard disk,
hard tick,
hog deer,
hog ring,
hot fix,
hot link,
hot pink,
job stick,
john fiske,
john king,
john speke,
john xix,
large thick,
log chip,
log ship,
logged in,
logs in,
mahl stick,
mark his,
mark in,
mark is,
mark it,
mosque in,
not fix,
not kill,
not kin,
not mix,
not risk,
not sink,
not stick,
not think,
park in,
park is,
prom king,
scotch kiss,
scott picked,
sharp prick,
shot silk,
slop sink,
smart trick,
square brick,
swamp pink,
watch ticked,
dog hook,
bach it,
block in,
block is,
bog in,
clock in,
clock is,
cock ear,
dog ear,
dog in,
dog is,
dog it


3 syllables:
dollar cheque,
embark in,
jiang qing,
remark in,
remark is,
spotted dick,
awake in,
bobby grich


4 syllables:
offenbar nicht,
another quick


5 syllables:
embryonic chick


Some other possibilities:

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