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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shop talk:

2 syllables:
marsh hawk,
not walk,
capped hock,
bob hawke,
chopped off,
copped off,
dropped off,
heart talks,
lopped off,
popped off,
start talks,
stopped off,
topped off,
not talked,
bar tack,
drop back,
drop lock,
grass stalk,
hop back,
pop lock,
pop rock,
stop cock,
top whack,
art of,
art or,
cart off,
caste of,
caste or,
chart of,
chart or,
chops off,
cops off,
cost of,
cost or,
crop for,
crops of,
crops or,
drop ball,
drops of,
drops off,
giant of,
heart of,
heart or,
hop moth,
host of,
host or,
knocked off,
lop nor,
lost all,
lost or,
marsh hawks,
most all,
most of,
most or,
part of,
part or,
pop for,
pops off,
scott walked,
shops of,
smart off,
start all,
start of,
start off,
start or,
stop for,
stop loss,
stops off,
top for,
tops of,
tops off,
tossed off,
want all,
want of,
want or,
washed off,
drop tank,
dropped back,
gnat hawk,
shops stock,
chop off,
cop off,
crop of,
drop of,
drop off,
drop or,
got all,
got off,
hop off,
hot or

3 syllables:
passage hawk,
proper torque,
bourgeois stock,
apart of,
molly mawk,
on the part of,
father talked,
father talks,
heart of oak,
hollow stalk

Some other possibilities:

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