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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with noetic:

2 syllables:
cow kick,
cow lick,
so sick,
so thick,
to kick,
to pick,
toe pick,
throw stick,
to stick,
boat hook,
lo tech,
low tech,
vo tech,
who took,
boat in,
boat is,
coat in,
coat is,
cow milk,
crow silk,
do think,
float in,
goal kick,
grows thick,
low risk,
no risk,
no till,
note here,
note if,
note in,
note is,
now think,
quote is,
so quick,
those thick,
throat is,
to fix,
to link,
to mix,
to risk,
to sink,
to six,
to think,
vote in,
vote is,
who think,
whose thick,
wrote him,
wrote his,
wrote in,
wrote it,
co. inc.,
coat link,
do the trick,
do the trick/,
dough sticks,
goat milk,
known trick,
throw sticks,
whole trick,
coach chuck,
do look,
home ec,
no book,
no luck,
now look,
to book,
to check,
to cook,
to dig,
to look,
who look,
bowed his,
bowed in,
burro deer,
code in,
code is,
flowed in,
glowed in,
how big,
how did,
load in,
load is,
load it,
mode in,
mode is,
node in,
node is,
now did,
ode iv


3 syllables:
embryo chick,
adobe brick,
devote his,
enclose cheque,
promote his,
promote it,
promote quick,
abode in


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