Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with romantic:

2 syllables:
stag tick,
bat tick,
bad cheque,
black buick,
flat pick,
hat trick,
squab chick,
cant hook,
hand pick,
stand thick,
ant hill,
back kick,
black stick,
chap stick,
crab stick,
draft pick,
grant him,
grant in,
grant is,
grant it,
hatched chick,
kant is,
match stick,
plant in,
plant is,
plant it,
shall stick,
than risk,
than six,
clock tick,
cross stick,
dog tick,
fowl tick,
glass stuck,
grass stuck,
grown thick,
joss stick,
ram disk,
soft tick,
and did,
and hear,
and here,
and his,
and if,
and ill,
and in,
and is,
and it,
band in,
band is,
bank cheque,
banned in,
blank cheque,
brand is,
chang t'ing,
gland in,
gland is,
hand him,
hand if,
hand in,
hand is,
hand it,
land in,
land is,
land it,
planned in,
planned it,
sand hill,
sand in,
sand is,
scratch disk,
stand here,
stand in,
stand is,
stand it,
than did,
act if,
act in,
act is,
act it,
act iv,
at risk,
at six,
back link,
bath brick

3 syllables:
contact mic,
habit tic,
of that ilk,
lacrosse stick,
expand his,
expand in,
abstract in,
adapt it,
advance his,
advance in,
advance is,
attached in,
attacked him,
attacked in,
attacked it

Some other possibilities:

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