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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cold duck:

2 syllables:
scroll chuck,
sol hurok,
no luck,
rode luck,
tow truck,
bold as,
coach chuck,
could an,
could as,
could on,
fold up,
gold as,
gold has,
gold on,
hold an,
hold as,
hold em,
hold on,
hold up,
hold us,
holed up,
old as,
old dutch,
rolled on,
rolled up,
should an,
sold as,
sold on,
sold up,
told an,
told as,
told on,
told us,
whole dutch,
would an,
would as,
would on,
could pluck,
to eq,
would pluck,
boat deck,
goal kick,
roll neck,
whole book,
whole booke,
bolt on,
notes stuck,
phone tucked,
whole tongue,
closed as,
closed on,
closed up,
coal gas,
coal was,
goal was,
goals as,
hole was,
holes on,
holes up,
known dutch,
moshe dayan,
owned up,
pole was,
posed as,
role was,
roles as,
sol fas,
spoke dutch,
toned up,
whole can,
whole man,
whole posse,
whole psalm,
whole was,
could check,
could look,
could pick,
could wreck,
cow lick,
do look,
gold disc,
now look,
old book,
old nick,
old oak,
should check,
should look,
to look,
who look,
would check,
would look


3 syllables:
remote truck,
enrolled as,
golden oak,
composed as,
exposed as,
exposed on,
proposed an,
proposed as


5 syllables:
alveolar duct


Some other possibilities:

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