Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with delphic:

2 syllables:
fell sick,
shell thick,
air sick,
death tick,
gets sick,
spread thick,
where thick,
belle fille,
cells thick,
delle cinque,
felt sick,
self in,
self is,
shelf in,
shell fish,
shell pink,
stelle nicht,
well fixed,
bell book,
bell deck,
spell check,
still thick,
well deck,
will pick,
air brick,
bells in,
belt in,
belt is,
bread stick,
cell which,
cell with,
cells in,
cells is,
cette fille,
dead link,
dead stick,
dealt in,
delle vigne,
dwell there,
dwell with,
dwells in,
dwelt in,
egg whisk,
else if,
else in,
else is,
else it,
fell with,
felt him,
felt his,
felt in,
felt it,
felt tip,
fresh fish,
fresh milk,
fresh picked,
fresh stick,
health in,
health is,
health there,
hedge pink,
held dear,
held here,
held him,
held his,
held in,
held it,
hell did,
hell with,
help him,
help his,
help if,
help in,
help is,
help it,
knelt in,
lemme think,
melt in,
mesh stick,
net fish

3 syllables:
hotel check,
michelle shook,
until thick,
bearer cheque,
beggar tick,
beneath thick,
cheney dick,
cherry pick,
clever dick,
compelled him,
heavy thick,
hotel being,
hotel bill,
hotel pierre,
hotel there,
hotel which,
hotel with,
lamellae which,
metre thick,
motel which

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