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

2 syllables:
quick shifts,
being shipped,
brick built,
his gift,
in gift,
is shipped,
sick list,
there shipped,
thick quilt,
thick wrist,
this gift,
were shipped,
chick lit,
fix it,
mix it,
niche shifts,
picked it,
pitch shifts,
split shifts,
swing shifts,
thick drift,
this shit,
will lift,
kick it,
pick it,
wish it,
being built,
being kicked,
being kissed,
being missed,
being picked,
being ripped,
being whipped,
bridge built,
bridge whist,
bring guilt,
chris picked,
ear cyst,
his fist,
his guilt,
his list,
his wrist,
hit list,
in built,
is built,
is picked,
is switched,
it built,
it wished,
shit list,
singh built,
smith built,
smith picked,
smith wished,
stiff wrist,
still built,
still missed,
still wished,
there built,
there picked,
thin lipped,
thing built,
this list,
this wicked,
were built,
were picked,
which built,
wish list,
with built,
with gilt,
with guilt,
clinch it,
pinch hit,
bring christ,
bring gifts,
bring swift,
brings it,
brit lit,
build it,
built it,
click print,
did bit,
drill bit,
drink it,
ear pit,
feared it,
filled it,
him sit,
his gifts,
his wit,
if christ,
in christ,
is christ

3 syllables:
career shifts,
admit guilt,
until guilt,
until picked,
asking christ,
conflict built,
fulfill christ

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