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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sarcoplasmic:

2 syllables:
bad cheque,
black buick,
flat pick,
hat trick,
squab chick,
stag tick,
back kick,
bat tick,
stadt zurich,
black stick,
chap stick,
class think,
crab stick,
glass brick,
grass pink,
hatte nicht,
match stick,
sache nicht,
shall stick,
sprache nicht,
at mid,
at miss,
at mit,
at risk,
at six,
back link,
bank cheque,
bath brick,
black silk,
blank cheque,
cache miss,
draft pick,
drag link,
had picked,
had six,
hand pick,
hatched chick,
latch click,
lath brick,
ram disk,
rat fink,
scratch disk,
shall think,
shall thinke,
snap link,
squat brick,
staff think,
stand thick,
than mere,
than risk,
than six,
that link,
that mere,
that miss,
that risk,
that six,
what think,
cows milk,
glass mixed,
grass mixed,
yaks milk,
and milk,
black ink,
brass neck,
cram in,
had mixed,
ranch mink,
black eunuch,
brass check,
cross stick,
glass stuck,
grass stuck,
house dick,
joss stick,
mass book,
mass spec,
pass book,
pass check,
back check,
bad check,
bad luck,
black book,
black buck,
black chalk,
black crook,
black duck,
broad thick,
cant hook,
car sick,
cash book


3 syllables:
contact mic,
habit tic,
rather thick,
of that ilk,
pages thick,
plasma in,
plasma is,
lacrosse stick,
among thick


4 syllables:
really thick


Some other possibilities:

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