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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scottish:

2 syllables:
not wish,
cod fish,
odd fish,
dog fish,
got here,
got him,
got his,
got in,
got it,
hot in,
hot tip,
knot in,
lot in,
lot is,
not hear,
not here,
not him,
not his,
not hit,
not if,
not ill,
not in,
not is,
not it,
not till,
plot in,
plot is,
pot in,
pot is,
rot in,
scott in,
shot him,
shot his,
shot in,
shot is,
slot in,
spot in,
star fish,
half fish,
god did,
god in,
god is,
god it,
jock itch,
rod in,
rod is,
sod it,
bach it,
bar in,
bar is,
block in,
block is,
bog in,
bom in,
bomb in,
both here,
both him,
both his,
both in,
both is,
both it,
calm in,
car in,
car is,
cause him,
cause his,
cause in,
cause is,
cause it,
clock in,
clock is,
cock ear,
cop it,
crop ear,
crop in,
crop is,
dob in,
dog ear,
dog in,
dog is,
dog it,
drop ear,
drop his,
drop in,
drop is,
drop it,
far in,
far is,
far it,
from ear


3 syllables:
awake in,
bizarre thing,
compare his,
compare in,
compare it,
declare his,
declare in,
declare it,
embrace it


Some other possibilities:

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See scottish used in context: 1 rhyme, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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