Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bad luck:

2 syllables:
black buck,
black chalk,
black duck,
black eunuch,
glass stuck,
grass stuck,
lathe chuck,
that eq,
grand eunuch,
had drunk,
had lain,
had let,
had stuck,
had sunk,
shall pluck,
that look,
at dusk,
black leg,
black truck,
crash truck,
fast buck,
flat thunk,
raft duck,
that let,
that love,
that sucks,
trash truck,
what love,
what the fuck,
add much,
add some,
adds an,
adds up,
black ducks,
black eunuchs,
black lung,
black monk,
brass knucks,
cad cam,
dad was,
frank chalk,
glad when,
had but,
had come,
had cut,
had much,
had put,
had run,
had shut,
had some,
had such,
had sung,
had ten,
had then,
had thus,
had was,
had when,
had won,
jazz funk,
lad was,
mad man,
pads up,
pass the buck,
sad sam,
slam dunk,
than let,
than love,
and look,
had looked,
shall look,
at la,
had dug,
that la,
add an,
add on,
add up,
and let,
and love,
black flux,
had an,
had as,
had done,
had flung,
had hung,
had loved,
had lunch,
had on,
had shrunk,
had slain,
had struck,
had up,
had us,
hand truck,
lads love,
mad as

3 syllables:
mallard duck,
badly as,
battered truck,
fazlul haque,
ladder truck

Some other possibilities:

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