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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rebec:

2 syllables:
la tech,
grub hook,
hen peck,
ben hecht,
can check,
club hair,
club head,
flush deck,
gut check,
hon sec,
la belle,
ma bell,
ml lex,
pen check,
shrub heath,
then check,
young czech,
cup hook,
but took,
can hook,
clove hook,
duck egg,
be on head,
bel air,
but tell,
chen et,
chief hare,
drum head,
hung head,
la femme,
la terre,
non net,
rag head,
some air,
then head,
thus set,
truss head,
u.s. air,
van het,
was head,
when air,
mug book,
scrub oak,
scrub tick,
stud book,
young buck,
break ones neck,
bug bear,
can bear,
can bet,
cherub heads,
club chair,
dumb bell,
judge betts,
la recherche,
pulse check,
saiva sects,
scrub where,
skull length,
stub end,
sun bear,
tub chair,
u bend


3 syllables:
extra check,
akhal tekke,
allan breck,
flute a bec,
rubber check,
extra thick,
acid etch,
acid head,
extra chair,
extra share,
extra books,
extra bucks,
allah bless,
broken neck,
closer check,
color check,
cut a check,
eva hesse,
extra bread,
extra breath,
extra length,
fluid mech,
gonna check,
gotta check,
money check,
refund check,
sea bear,
turret deck,
unless checked,
utter wreck


4 syllables:
a.o.u. check,
accurate check,
canada czech,
croatia czech


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