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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with limbic:

2 syllables:
being sick,
ear pick,
in. thick,
in thick,
nit pick,
quick pick,
will pick,
brick thick,
click click,
click quick,
deer lick,
deer tick,
dik dik,
ear tick,
his stick,
his thick,
is thick,
quick click,
quick quick,
squib kick,
still thick,
thick thick,
were sick,
were thick,
in nick,
brick brick,
frit brick,
him being,
him think,
his sick,
is sick,
quick kick,
thick brick,
with brick,
with thick,
shrimp bisque,
skim milk,
in book,
being picked,
big book,
bill book,
cheque book,
flip book,
hill book,
him look,
his book,
in big,
quick buck,
this book,
year book,
being kicked,
being quick,
bring quick,
chewing stick,
chris picked,
cousin being,
firing being,
his big,
in being,
in milk,
in quick,
in six,
in sync,
inch thick,
is big,
is picked,
pin risk,
quick picks,
sin bin,
singh being,
skin flick,
smith picked,
spring being,
stiff prick,
string being,
there picked,
thing being,
think quick,
this big,
twin bill,
were big,
were picked,
with big,
with pink,
big six


3 syllables:
appear thick,
until thick,
become thick,
finger pick,
berlin being,
finger thick,
flying thick,
growing chick,
growing thick,
lying thick,
resin being,
showing thick,
until picked,
virgin being,
admit being


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