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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stick to:

2 syllables:
big toe,
thick dough,
christ who,
dip toe,
dipped toe,
in tow,
it who,
chill dough,
chilled dough,
here do,
him do,
it do,
stiff dough,
still do,
there do,
this do,
which do,
will do,
be it so,
being no,
being now,
being so,
bring no,
did go,
did no,
did so,
drill bow,
ere now,
fear no,
fish roe,
git go,
gym shoe,
hear no,
here no,
here now,
here so,
him go,
him no,
him now,
him so,
his bow,
his co,
his low,
his now,
his slow,
if no,
if now,
if so,
in co,
in low,
in so,
in tho,
is co,
is low,
is no,
is now,
is slow,
it go,
it no,
it now,
it so,
it two,
kids who,
kings who,
ling ko,
mid mo,
milk cow,
ning po,
peers who,
prince who,
since so,
skid row,
still go,
still no,
still so,
swing low,
there no,
there now,
there so,
thing so,
think how,
this co,
this low,
this no,
this now,
this slow,
til now,
till now,
were low,
were no,
were now,
were so


3 syllables:
predict how,
addict whose,
conflict whose,
until dough,
appear so,
until no,
until now


4 syllables:
violin bow


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