Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rictus:

2 syllables:
kicked ass,
drift ice,
kicks ass,
shift assay,
whipped ass,
click twice,
clicked twice,
kick ass,
trick twice,
being thus,
bids us,
brings us,
him thus,
in posse,
in thus,
is thus,
it thus,
it twice,
were thus,
which thus,
whips ass,
will thus,
licked his,
big ass,
brick dust,
being twice,
bridge truss,
bring us,
chewing ass,
cousin twice,
hear us,
him twice,
his ass,
in ice,
in us,
is twice,
kicked up,
kill us,
kiss ass,
missed twice,
mix ups,
near us,
paris twice,
picked on,
picked up,
piked on,
quick puffs,
quick pulse,
quick tongue,
slicked up,
tearing ass,
there twice,
thick crust,
thick tongue,
thing twice,
this stress,
tricked up,
were twice,
whip ass,
wicked tongue,
with ice,
with us,
blink twice,
blinked twice,
drink twice,
fink truss,
milked twice,
pick ups,
sit ups,
stick ups,
thick tufts,
think twice,
built his,
built is,
bust ass,
christ is,
drift is

3 syllables:
assist us,
convince us,
affect us,
conflict is,
direct assay,
expect us,
protect us,
conflict as,
conflict has,
adding twice,
appear twice,
asking us,
conflict on,
filter assay,
into us,
kicking ass,
on thin ice,
rebuilt twice,
visit us,
without us,
assist his,
exist is

4 syllables:
vitamin assay

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