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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oopak:

2 syllables:
drew back,
flew back,
skew back,
threw back,
you back,
blu tack,
blue jack,
du lac,
screw jack,
you lack,
blue plaque,
loop back,
blue black,
move back,
new bank,
new black,
the new black,
blew stack,
boot jack,
fruit takes,
group ab,
group at,
group had,
hoop ash,
new path,
new task,
new tax,
roof rack,
screw jacks,
screw shank,
you pass,
fruit packed,
group asked,
group lacked,
group lacks,
group takes,
new act,
troops sacked,
you act,
you ask,
blue bag,
blue rock,
crew sock,
screw dock,
you talk,
you walk,
pooh bahs,
too bad,
tube at,
blue cat,
blue mass,
clue that,
duke had,
ewe lamb,
few that,
food at,
food had,
freud had,
jews at,
jews had,
knew that,
knew what,
moon had,
move at,
new jazz,
new math,
news at,
news had,
pool at,
room at,
room had,
rule at,
rule had,
school at,
school had,
screw cap,
screw tap,
shew that,
shoot at,
soon at,
soon had,
soul at,
soul had,
thou shall,
thou that,
tomb at,
too fat,
too that,
true cat,
true than


3 syllables:
review takes,
reduce plaque,
remove plaque,
alu cap,
an lu shan,
produce at,
refuge at,
review match,
review shall,
review that


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