Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fabric:

2 syllables:
squab chick,
bath brick,
glass brick,
lath brick,
squat brick,
bad cheque,
black buick,
flat pick,
stag tick,
at risk,
back kick,
bat tick,
crab stick,
stadt zurich,
than risk,
that risk,
blank brick,
glass bricks,
black crook,
cat rig,
chap stick,
gaff rig,
snap link,
snap ring,
at six,
at turin,
back link,
bank cheque,
black ridge,
black ring,
black silk,
black stick,
blank cheque,
brass ring,
class think,
draft pick,
drag link,
grabbed him,
grabbed his,
grabbed it,
grass pink,
had picked,
had six,
hand pick,
hatched chick,
hatte nicht,
latch click,
match stick,
ram disk,
rat fink,
sache nicht,
scratch disk,
shall stick,
shall think,
shall thinke,
shall wring,
sprache nicht,
squad drill,
staff hiring,
staff think,
stand thick,
than six,
that link,
that rich,
that six,
what think,
brown brick,
laugh broke,
or brick,
small brick,
square brick,
stock brick,
ab is,
and drink,
and risk,
black drink,
black ink,
crab sticks,
glass bridge,
platte bridge,
shall bring,
shall drink,
shall shrink,
snap brim,
staff bring

3 syllables:
habit tic,
shabby trick,
contact mic,
rather thick,
adobe brick,
enough bricks,
power brick,
cappy ricks,
haben nicht,
labour in,
labour is,
of that ilk

4 syllables:
really thick

Some other possibilities:

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See fabric used in context: 41 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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