Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with post hoc:

2 syllables:
gross stock,
to stock,
growth stock,
known stock,
loan stock,
whole stock,
whose stock,
foam cock,
folk rock,
shoe block,
soap rock,
to block,
tone loc,
blow stack,
choice stock,
bow shock,
co star,
coast are,
gross block,
no knock,
to knock,
to lock,
to rock,
to stop,
two star,
coast stock,
cow hock,
growth stocks,
jones stock,
old stock,
owned stock,
rolled stock,
should stock,
those stocks,
whose stocks,
those dark,
blows top,
cold cock,
could knock,
could shock,
one dark,
should knock,
should shock,
those rocks,
throws rocks,
would knock,
would shock,
blown top,
coach box,
coal box,
coal tar,
goat pox,
home box,
joe clark,
known rocks,
loan shark,
oak park,
one block,
one box,
phone box,
road block,
roll top,
scroll box,
smoke box,
soap bark,
soap box,
stone block,
stone crock,
stone rocks,
stove top,
thrown rocks,
to spot,
tone mark,
tote box,
two blocks,
two spot,
whole block,
whole flock,
blown stack,
blows stack

3 syllables:
above stock,
lower stock,
growing stock,
narrow stock,
newco stock,
paulo stock,
proposed stock,
unsold stock,
enclosed docks,
adobe blocks,
anode block,
body lock,
lower block,
shower block,
slower clock,
avoid stock,
bourgeois stock,
chinese stock

4 syllables:
chicago stock,
vetoing stock

Some other possibilities:

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