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

6 letters:
eat of,
eat or

7 letters:
by walk,
beat of,
eat all,
feat of,
feet of,
feet or,
heat of,
heat or,
meat of,
meat or,
meet or,
seat of,
by jack,
by lack,
my back,
my lack,
deed of,
deed or,
heed of,
my door,
need of,
need or,
read of,
read or,
seed of

8 letters:
bee hawk,
tie tack,
beat off,
feet off,
fleet of,
meet all,
sheet of,
sheet or,
treat of,
wheat or,
dry dock,
die back,
dry pack,
lie back,
ski rack,
tie back,
tie rack,
try cock,
breed of,
creed of,
creed or,
feed off,
freed of,
greed of,
need all,
read all,
read off,
sea hawk

9 letters:
free walk,
they walk,
neat hack,
beef fork,
feet tall,
street of,
street or,
they tore,
treat all,
very tall,
knee sock,
real hack,
they lack,
bleed off,
feed door,
defeat of,
repeat of

10 letters:
sheep walk,
bean stalk,
leaf stalk,
seed stalk,
wheel lock,
conceit of,
retreat of,
peter falk

11 letters:
street walk,
they talked,
they taught,
they walked,
brief talks,
green stalk,
peace talks,
these talks,
wheat stalk,
complete or,
concrete or

12 letters:
screech hawk,
street whore,
three walked,
least talked,
speed torque,
wheel torque,
skeeter hawk

14 letters:
concrete walks

16 letters:
expressly taught

Some other possibilities:

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