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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with niblock:

2 syllables:
be in luck,
his luck,
in luck,
with luck,
ill luck,
drill chuck,
fish duck,
is stuck,
king duck,
queer duck,
quick buck,
sheer pluck,
click ok,
diff eq,
in eq,
with eq,
click click,
deer lick,
did look,
good luck,
him look,
his look,
it look,
push luck,
quick click,
quick look,
squib kick,
which look,
his leg,
tip truck,
trip let,
being stuck,
being sucked,
big bucks,
big lan,
big love,
bring succour,
did love,
here let,
his love,
his truck,
ibn al,
if love,
in bulk,
in love,
is let,
is love,
is struck,
lib dem,
lift truck,
spear stuck,
stick stuck,
sticks stuck,
stiff lung,
still stuck,
there stuck,
thing stuck,
this love,
were let,
were stuck,
were sunk,
which love,
with love,
bill hook,
delle acque,
nelle acque,
still look,
will look,
string plucked,
bill as,
bill has,
bill on,
bring blood,
chill blood,
fil am,
fill an,
fill up,
hilde bruch,
hill on,
his blood,
ill as,
ill blood,
in blood,
in la,
kill us,
mill on,
pouring blood,
prick blood,
quick blood

3 syllables:
their luck,
trying luck,
finger fuck,
into eq,
been in luck,
being in luck,
clear blood,
middle chalk,
pushing luck

4 syllables:
casimir funk

Some other possibilities:

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