Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hat trick:

2 syllables:
flat pick,
at risk,
bat tick,
squat brick,
stadt zurich,
that risk,
bad cheque,
black buick,
squab chick,
stag tick,
cat rig,
at six,
at turin,
back kick,
bath brick,
draft pick,
glass brick,
hatched chick,
hatte nicht,
lath brick,
rat fink,
than risk,
that link,
that rich,
that six,
that trip,
what think,
black crook,
got sick,
hot chick,
not pick,
not sick,
spot kick,
that book,
that look,
that shook,
what the heck,
at big,
at fig,
gaff rig,
had picked,
had six,
hand pick,
squad drill,
stand thick,
that big,
at being,
at king,
at mid,
at miss,
at mit,
at near,
at sir,
at this,
at which,
at will,
at with,
at year,
back link,
bank cheque,
bat shit,
black ridge,
black ring,
black silk,
black stick,
blank cheque,
brass ring,
cat fish,
cat nip,
cat with,
cats ear,
cats in,
chap stick,
chat with,
class think,
crab stick,
drag link,
fat lip,
flat fish,
flat with,
grass pink,
latch click,
match stick,
matte which,
ram disk,
rat pit,
rats in,
sache nicht,
sat near,
sat there

3 syllables:
contact mic,
of that ilk,
combat ship,
combat there,
combat which,
combat with,
eclat which,
habit tic,
rather thick

4 syllables:
really thick

Some other possibilities:

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