Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with protatic:

2 syllables:
back kick,
flat pick,
hat trick,
stag tick,
cat hook,
that eq,
that took,
what took,
bad cheque,
at him,
at his,
at in,
at is,
at it,
bat ear,
black buick,
black ink,
cat in,
cat is,
fat in,
fat is,
flat in,
hat in,
hat is,
hat tip,
rat is,
sat in,
squab chick,
that here,
that hill,
that his,
that hit,
that if,
that in,
that is,
that it,
what his,
what if,
what in,
what is,
what it,
at risk,
at six,
black stick,
chap stick,
crab stick,
draft pick,
hatched chick,
hatte nicht,
match stick,
rat fink,
shall stick,
squat brick,
stadt zurich,
that link,
that risk,
that six,
what think,
crash shook,
gang hook,
match hook,
shall look,
snap hook,
though thick,
add in,
add it,
bad if,
bad in,
bad is,
bad it,
clad in,
dad is,
glad if,
glad it,
had ear,
had here,
had him,
had his,
had hit,
had in,
had it,
mad itch,
ab is,
ache in,
ash is,
back here,
back his,
back if,
back in,
back in.,
back is

3 syllables:
of that ilk,
combat in,
contact mic,
habit tic,
attack him,
attack in,
attack is,
attack it

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