Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with patchwork:

2 syllables:
class work,
shall work,
strap work,
than work,
that work,
what work,
black perch,
langue turque,
and work,
brass works,
class worked,
class works,
glass works,
had worked,
hand work,
last work,
lathe works,
staff worked,
staff works,
that worked,
that works,
what works,
all work,
both work,
clock work,
crown work,
drawn work,
for work,
from work,
hot work,
job work,
more work,
not work,
or work,
own work,
war work,
your work,
catch curve,
clam worm,
class clerk,
fan worm,
flat worm,
frank burke,
had worn,
jacques berque,
match search,
pass word,
slang word,
that word,
church work,
deutsche werke,
each work,
much work,
such work,
which work,
and worked,
and works,
banned works,
blacks worked,
branch clerk,
catch words,
craft works,
dance works,
frank worked,
gangs worked,
grand works,
grant worked,
kants werke,
match words,
nach der,
planned works

3 syllables:
potash works,
attack works,
classic work,
japan worked,
japan works,
detached works,
nature worked,
nature works,
about work,
research work,
abstract works,
after work,
also work,
classic works,
daddy worked,
harry worked,
latter worked,
latter works,
lattice work,
many works,
master work,
planner works

4 syllables:
really work,
diplomats worked

Some other possibilities:

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