Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oretic:

6 letters:
xy pic,
by six,
eat in,
eat it,
by eqs,
by sec

7 letters:
hi tech,
beat in,
beat it,
eat his,
feet in,
feet is,
heat in,
heat is,
heat it,
meat in,
meat is,
meet in,
meet it,
seat in,
seat is,
by luck,
my book,
my luck

8 letters:
by thick,
beat him,
beat his,
dry milk,
dry sink,
fleet in,
fleet is,
meet ear,
meet him,
meet his,
sheet in,
sheet is,
treat in,
treat it,
wheat in,
wheat is,
feet six,
weet bix,
by check,
fry cook

9 letters:
free kick,
they pick,
very sick,
seed tick,
ski stick,
meat hook,
they took,
been sick,
feel sick,
geek chic,
greet him,
street in,
street is,
treat him,
treat his,
heat sink,
tree duck,
defeat in,
pea chick,
repeat in,
repeat it

10 letters:
very thick,
feet thick,
sheep tick,
free kicks,
they think,
very quick,
sweet milk,
compete in,
repeat his,
retreat in,
ricky tick

11 letters:
three thick,
green buick,
they picked,
three quick,
trees thick,
cheap trick,
cream stick,
green stick,
liegt nicht,
speed stick,
chinese ink,
complete in,
complete it,
concrete in,
concrete is,
i feel sick,
meter thick

12 letters:
please stick,
surely think,
lease sticks,
three sticks,
three tricks,
complete his

14 letters:
concrete brick

Some other possibilities:

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