Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lithic:

2 syllables:
with thick,
his sick,
in nick,
is sick,
quick kick,
brick thick,
his thick,
in. thick,
in thick,
is thick,
still thick,
thick thick,
were thick,
with ink,
with eq,
be with it,
being sick,
click click,
click quick,
deer lick,
deer tick,
dik dik,
ear pick,
ear tick,
his six,
his stick,
is six,
myth in,
myth is,
nit pick,
quick click,
quick pick,
quick quick,
skim milk,
smith in,
smith is,
smith there,
squib kick,
were sick,
will pick,
with here,
with him,
with his,
with hiv,
with if,
with ill,
with in,
with is,
with it,
with thin,
bricks thick,
did think,
him think,
inch thick,
smith picked,
smith thinks,
still think,
there think,
will think,
with brick,
with milk,
with pink,
with quick,
with risk,
with silk,
with six,
with zinc,
years thick,
bid hook,
bill hook,
click ok,
clip hook,
deryck cooke,
diff eq,
fish hook,
hook kick,
ill luck,
in eq,
it took,
sling hook,
spring hook,
still look,
will look,
aiding in

3 syllables:
appear thick,
until thick,
extra thick,
finger thick,
flying thick,
growing thick,
lying thick,
showing thick,
admit him,
admit his,
admit it,
appear in,
as it is,
asking him,
asking his

5 syllables:
amenophis iv

Some other possibilities:

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