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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with take stock:

2 syllables:
brake block,
brakes locked,
grade stocks,
grain stocks,
makes mark,
ray kroc,
state stocks,
states stocks,
trade stocks,
whale stocks,
hay cock,
chain block,
eight clock,
faint knock,
feigned shock,
phase clock,
plain block,
slave block,
slave clock,
swage block,
trade bloc,
trade block,
vase clock,
breaks back,
frame stack,
maize stalk,
weight stack,
brake blocks,
drain cock,
gates locked,
naked rocks,
plane shock,
rate lock,
sage cock,
trade shock,
base box,
day star,
jail lock,
james stark,
lace bark,
lakes are,
make mark,
makes marks,
makes stars,
makes stops,
may stop,
place locked,
place rocks,
snakes are,
space mark,
space rocks,
stakes are,
stray spark,
x-ray star,
x ray star,
yale lock,
sales talk,
dates back,
white smock,
brains knocked,
faced clock,
james parke,
laced cocked,
mapes dodge,
placed rocks,
plague spot,
waves rocked

3 syllables:
retail stocks,
domain block,
array block,
create shock,
delay block,
delayed shock,
lady smock,
unlike stocks,
exchange stocks,
paper stocks,
paying stocks,
replace spark,
became slack,
contains rocks,
remains locked

4 syllables:
japanese stocks,
faraday soc,
aggregate shock,
arenaceous rock

Some other possibilities:

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