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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with uptick:

2 syllables:
scrub tick,
dove tick,
van dijk,
van dyck,
can pick,
get sick,
love sick,
nut pick,
tongue thick,
was sick,
was thick,
young chick,
bud stick,
buff stick,
con trick,
drum stick,
gum stick,
non stick,
sliced thick,
smudge stick,
up till,
trump trick,
up sticks,
ups sticks,
death tick,
ear tick,
front tuck,
his stick,
just took,
man took,
men took,
then took,
tuk tuk,
mud brick,
sun disk,
blood picks,
brushed his,
buff tip,
bug fix,
but six,
but think,
can click,
can fix,
can think,
clove pink,
crushed in,
crust is,
cuff link,
cult in,
cup with,
darum nicht,
depth in,
depth is,
depth there,
douglas steere,
douglas still,
duct is,
dust in,
dust is,
front in,
front is,
has six,
heute nicht,
hunt in,
just here,
just his,
just in,
just is


3 syllables:
become thick,
extra trick,
accent thick,
adult ticks,
extra thick,
akhal tekke,
rubber cheque,
accent is,
acid milk,
adjust his,
adult in,
adult is,
advice still,
alice picked,
alice still,
asses kicked,
becomes thick,
conduct his,
conduct in,
conduct is,
conduct it,
confront him,
consult his,
extent in,
extent is,
extent it,
extra drink,
extra tricks


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