Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with olmec:

2 syllables:
roll neck,
cold deck,
home ec,
boat neck,
broke neck,
boat deck,
close check,
coat check,
code sec,
poke check,
spoke czech,
could check,
could wreck,
lo tech,
low tech,
should check,
to check,
vo tech,
would check,
would wreck,
cold duck,
goal kick,
scroll chuck,
sol hurok,
whole book,
whole booke,
boat decks,
bolt head,
cold air,
mol cell,
one sex,
phone sex,
role set,
should death,
those checks,
whole set,
whole share,
whole shell,
whole where,
would dare,
wrote checks,
cow lick,
do look,
holm oak,
no luck,
now look,
to look,
who look,
whole milk,
low necked,
no sex,
to lead,
to sex,
who lead,
who met,
broke duck,
close look,
code book,
dope book,
grows thick,
note book,
one book,
one look,
one took,
phone book,
road book,
rode luck,
so quick,
stone shook,
those thick,
throw crook,
throw stick,
to stick,
tow truck,
whose book,
whose thick,
poached egg,
whole length

3 syllables:
enclose check,
broken neck,
johann eck,
above decks,
body check,
console where,
enclosed check,
bio tech,
knowledge check,
lower deck,
payroll check,
thorough check,
total wreck,
adobe brick,
enclose cheque,
remote truck,
wholesome check

4 syllables:
a.o.u. check,
thoroughly check

Some other possibilities:

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