Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with public:

6 letters:
dub in

7 letters:
up tick,
bug fix,
but six,
can fix,
has six,
was lit,
was six,
club in,
club is

8 letters:
can pick,
get sick,
nut pick,
van dijk,
van dyck,
was sick,
but look,
can look,
club kid,
clubs in,
man milk,
nan ling,
some six,
sun disk

9 letters:
dove tick,
love sick,
was thick,
can click,
cuff link,
mud brick,
deer lick,
then look,
bud stick,
but think,
can think,
club with,
con trick,
gum stick,
men think,
non stick,
some risk,
spun silk,
was quick,
grub hook,
acid milk,
double in

10 letters:
scrub tick,
then click,
squib kick,
buff stick,
clove pink,
drum stick,
rubbed his,
some think,
then think,
von gierke,
was picked,
chubb lock,
blood disk,
cuff links,
double lip

11 letters:
young chick,
click click,
quick click,
blood picks,
chalk cliff,
darum nicht,
heute nicht,
scrub which,
shrub which,
then picked,
extra trick,
extra thick,
adult ticks,
alice lisle,
extra drink,
extra black,
extra block

12 letters:
tongue thick,
tongue flick,
tongue licks,
sliced thick,
smudge stick,
truck picked,
young chicks,
become thick,
double thick,
accent thick,
alice picked,
asses kicked,
extra tricks,
flutter kick,
lay on thick,
drop a brick

13 letters:
tongue licked,
crushed brick,
rubber cheque,
becomes thick,
become linked

15 letters:
beautiful thick

Some other possibilities:

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See public used in context: 36 rhymes, 33 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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