Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with basic:

2 syllables:
pay cheque,
said dick,
grace slick,
place kick,
take sick,
base his,
base hit,
base in,
base is,
case here,
case his,
case if,
case in,
case is,
face him,
face his,
face in,
face is,
face it,
grace in,
grace is,
gray pink,
may sit,
may think,
pace in,
place here,
place him,
place his,
place if,
place in,
place is,
place it,
race in,
race is,
space in,
space is,
space it,
trace in,
trace is,
trace it,
axe kick,
grace picked,
have six,
place kicks,
place picked,
rain stick,
straight six,
straight stick,
take silk,
chain hook,
day book,
gate hook,
jay cooke,
may look,
shave hook,
tail hook,
days if,
days in,
days is,
grays inn,
phase in,
phase is,
phase iv,
phrase in,
phrase is,
plays in,
plays is,
praise him,
praise in,
praise is,
raise him,
raise his,
raise in,
raise it,
rays in,
rays is,
says his,
says in,
says is

3 syllables:
abhay singh,
became thick,
contain thick,
dabei nicht,
layer thick,
relay link,
replace him,
replace it,
today think,
always stick,
nitrate stick,
prayer stick,
domesday book,
always his,
always in,
always is,
delays in

4 syllables:
japanese silk,
japanese in

Some other possibilities:

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