Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stick shift:

6 letters:
fix it,
mix it

7 letters:
in gift,
kick it,
pick it,
wish it,
did bit,
ear pit,
him sit,
his wit

8 letters:
his gift,
ear cyst,
his fist,
his list,
hit list,
in built,
is built,
it built,
brit lit,
build it,
built it,
drink it

9 letters:
sick list,
this gift,
chick lit,
picked it,
this shit,
will lift,
his guilt,
his wrist,
is picked,
it wished,
shit list,
this list,
wish list,
with gilt,
clinch it,
pinch hit,
brings it,
drill bit,
feared it,
filled it,
his gifts,
if christ,
in christ,
is christ

10 letters:
is shipped,
were built,
with built,
with guilt

11 letters:
brick built,
thick quilt,
thick wrist,
thick drift,
being built,
bring guilt,
is switched,
singh built,
smith built,
stiff wrist,
still built,
there built,
thin lipped,
thing built,
this wicked,
were picked,
which built,
bring gifts,
bring swift,
click print,
admit guilt,
until guilt

12 letters:
quick shifts,
were shipped,
niche shifts,
pitch shifts,
split shifts,
swing shifts,
being kicked,
being kissed,
being missed,
being picked,
being ripped,
bridge built,
bridge whist,
chris picked,
smith picked,
smith wished,
still missed,
still wished,
there picked,
bring christ,
until picked

13 letters:
being shipped,
there shipped,
being whipped,
career shifts,
asking christ

14 letters:
conflict built,
fulfill christ

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