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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ipecac:

3 syllables:
his attack,
pig a back,
quick attack,
this attack,
which attack,
will attack,
being attacked,
bitten back,
blitz attack,
bric-a brac,
bric a brac,
brisk attack,
chicken shack,
cilla black,
feared attack,
fiddle back,
fierce attack,
fifth attack,
given back,
his attacks,
is attacked,
its attack,
little shack,
misha black,
quick comeback,
simul atque,
smith attacked,
spirit takes,
swift attack,
there attacked,
visit takes,
were attacked,
which attacked,
which attacks,
brittle crack,
input takes,
philip quaque,
ripple tank,
ships attacked,
simple act,
air attack,
being awake,
chicken hawk,
chief attack,
dutch attack,
flood attack,
fresh attack,
gas attack,
little auk,
pick a lock,
pigeon hawk,
press attack,
sickle hock,
stephen knack,
still awake,
there awake,
took aback,
j.g.a. pocock,
nibble at

4 syllables:
bitter attack,
classic attack,
commission act,
finnan haddock,
flying attack,
growing attack,
guerilla attacks,
jewish attack,
nutritious snack,
resist attack,
their attack,
clear attack,
triple attack,
aphid attack,
repel attack,
unfair attack,
exhibit at

5 syllables:
ensuing attack,
ongoing attack

Some other possibilities:

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