Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with centric:

2 syllables:
air brick,
felt sick,
press brick,
con trick,
death tick,
gets sick,
pressed brick,
spent six,
bread stick,
cells thick,
dead stick,
fresh stick,
mesh stick,
wears thick,
where quick,
bread truck,
queer trick,
quick trick,
rent seck,
this trick,
fresh drink,
friend picked,
friend think,
spread thick,
air sick,
breast milk,
cent were,
cent with,
cents in,
cleft stick,
fell sick,
french stick,
french think,
head trip,
health risk,
left click,
less risk,
mensch nicht,
recht nicht,
rents in,
scent which,
sent there,
sent this,
sent with,
shell thick,
spent being,
spent there,
spent which,
spent with,
tent with,
trent which,
went there,
went with

3 syllables:
clever trick,
percent picked,
percent think,
pretty trick,
prevent tearing,
prevent risks,
palette click,
accent thick,
agent shook,
express truck,
perfect wreck,
recent book,
recent check,
repair truck,
agent being,
agent there,
agent which,
agent will,
agent with,
content being,
content there,
content which,
content with,
convent there,
convent which,
direct link,
except think,
expect quick,
heavy brick,
mellow brick,
narrow brick,
percent being,
percent there,
percent were,
percent which,
percent with,
prevent being,
prevent there,
prevent this,
prevent which,
prevents him,
prevents it,
project link,
recent being,
recent thing,
resent being,
subject think

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