This is a list of words and phrases that have a rhyming pattern similar to that of "lucky duck", that is, a beginning, a one syllable space, and a rhyming end.
abracadabra (a magic word) ackamaracka (a long involved exculpatory story; tea) action packed (full of adventure and excitement) ages and stages (the first two divisions of geologic history) AIDS for Grades (a college course on sexually transmitted diseases) Anna banana (a nickname for Anna) AOK (in order; perfect) arky malarky (malarky) art and part (a term in Scottish Law denoting the aiding or abetting of a crime) art or part (conception or implementation) [your] ass is grass (you are in serious trouble) back me or sack me (a prime minister's dare to his rebellious party) back on track (restored to health or productivity after a setback or distraction) bag and tag (to collect and mark a trophy or prize) Banaban (an atoll in the western Pacific) bangarang (hubbub, tumult) beat the heat (to cope with hot weather) bells and smells (the ritualistic aspects of Catholic services) Ben and Jen (a shorthand for the Hollywood couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez) bet and sweat (new gambling devices that include an exercise bicycle) bingo wings (the flabby flesh that hangs from the upper arms of older people, who are often found in bingo halls) blabs in labs (a college linguistics course) blast and cast (hunting and fishing) blow and go (a device which measures the alcohol content of a breath before unlocking the ignition of a car; a process of immediately discharging an explosive device rather than trying to delicately disable and analyze it; a straightforward method of dam destruction which does not attempt to mitigate the sudden flooding and turbulence and pollution) blow the show (to ruin everything) blue de Hue (marijuana from Vietnam, pronounced BLOO-ay day HOO-ay) blues and twos (the two tone horn and blue flashing lights used by an emergency vehicle) bob a job (what British Boy Scouts say, when they solicit work) bob a nob (one shilling per person) [to] boil in oil (to torture) Boney Maroney (heroine of an early rock 'n' roll song) boogaloo (a shuffling dance in a two beat rhythm) [to] boogerboo (to pretend) booze and cruise (a pasttime of undererage teenagers, involving drinking while driving) boozeroo (a drinking bout) bop and drop (descriptive of an assailant who appears suddenly and immediately attacks) [twelve hours from] bottle to throttle (the suggested span between drinking and operating an airplane) Box and Cox (two men who share a room for one) [dumber than a] box of rocks (very stupid) box the fox (to steal fruit from an orchard) boys or toys (a categorization of a budgeting problem at the NSA, which had to choose between more personnel or more satellites) break it and shake it (waitress code meaning to crack an egg and add it to a drink) bric-a-brac (miscellaneous objects displayed as a collection) bricks and clicks (a combination store and web site business) brush and flush (a humorous reference to the basic bathroom activities) budge and mudge (a housebreaker and accomplice) [to] buggerlug (to waste time on trivial matters) buggerlugs (a jocular or derisive term for another person) bum to mum (an order to rugby players to abstain from pregame sex) bumbledom (red tape; overblown regulations) burn and turn (what the dealer does in hold 'em poker, revealing the fourth and fifth table cards) [to] bust one's crust (to hit hard enough to break the skin) by hook or by crook (by extra effort or sneakiness; by any means necessary) cads and dads (a division of marriagable men into romantic adventurers and responsible providers) candyman caps and taps (engine fittings) cash and flash (a pay parking lot) cash for trash (journalistic payment for slanderous reports; a characterization of the bail out of investment banks by the Federal government) cash is trash (the motto of stock-brokers) cattle and chattel (livestock and personal property) chalk and talk (a school teacher) chanky chank (Cajun music) cherries and berries (referring to the blue and red flashing lights on the top of emergency vehicles) chew and spew (a restaurant of doubtful sanitation) chicken brick (earthenware cooking container) chips and dip (potato chips and dip) chock-a-block (randomly arranged) [to] chock and block (to adjust, arrange and support) chokes and croaks (a college first aid course) chop and drop (a chemical warfare missile disposal plan, in which the entire missile is cut up and dropped into a furnace) chow for now (a joking farewell) chow miaow (a derisive term for Chinese takeout) chuck-a-luck (a banking game using three dice) [to] chug-a-lug (to drink many swallows without pause) cinnamon (despite the spelling, a common pronunciation is "cin-a-min") [to] clag the bag (to die) claim to fame (the thing one is known for) [to] clean and preen (to work extra hard at making something presentable) clerk of works (an architect's employee responsible for representing the interests of the client, such as quality and adherence to plans) clerks and jerks (the soldiers in a noncombat unit) click and pick (shopping on the Internet) clicks for chicks (online pornography) cocked and locked (ready to fire) cook the books (to falsify financial records) [to] cop the drop (of a policeman, to take a bribe) copper top (a red-headed person) Cops in Shops (a program to try to stop underage alcohol purchases) corridor (a hallway) [to] cox and box (to share living quarters without overlapping, perhaps because of shift work, after "Cox and Box", a Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera. crack attack (a sudden craving for drugs - oops, gotta go!) cracker jack (excellent; self-important) cracking but facking (joking, but giving useful information) cram and jam (used to describe housing developments in which houses are densely located on regular, tiny lots) crash and dash (a timed skiing run between two points of a piste) cream your jeans ([imperfect rhyme] to be very excited about something) creep and weep (the slow search and recovery of sunken practice torpedoes) crinoline (a stiff fabric used for dresses) crunch and munch (crack cocaine) cuff and stuff (to handcuff and take custody of a prisoner) cut a gut (to make a mistake) cut and shut (the practice of trimming the edges of a worn rug, and resewing the edges, to improve its value; a car made by welding (the undamaged) halves of two other cars together) cutie patootie (cute; a cute person) dad and lad (generic name for a men's clothing shop) daily mail (a common name for a newspaper) dare to bare (a challenge to strip in a public place) dash for gas ([imperfect rhyme] the rivalry to discover and exploit new sources of natural gas) dead ahead (directly at the front) [better] dead than red (an anticommunist rallying cry) delay and pray (a description of the strategy for dealing with the initial failure of the EU's bailout of Greece) delta smelt (a kind of fish) denizen (a dweller or habitual resident) Dennis the Menace (a cartoon character, and now an obligatory nickname for anyone named Dennis) different strokes for different folks (de gustibus non disputandem) ding-a-ling (an idiot) Dingableding (a town in Australia) dirty bird (a mild epithet) the disease to please (a compulsive need to please others) dish and swish (a style of basketball playing) docuschlock (a disparaging name for movies which purport to be highminded documentaries but which attract audiences with their sentimental or low-minded approach) dos-a-dos (back to back) dosido (a square dancing figure) [no] doubt about [it] (definitely) drag and brag (descriptive of field trips by a naturalist who "drags" the audience through the woods and "brags" about his extensive knowledge) [to] drag the rag (to hurry up) [to] drain the vein (to urinate) dream machine (something greatly desired; a means of achieving one's dreams) drill and kill (a disparaging term for rote learning) [to] drop a bop (to take a drug in pill form) drop and pop (small easily-planted explosive devices used by guerillas) Drugs and Thugs (the nickname for the Department of Narcotics and Counterterrorism) dupey dupe (a particularly stupid constable) earn or burn (describing options for accruing or expending frequent flier miles, without perhaps actually having to fly) effing and jeffing (swearing) eight-til-late (describes the schedule of shops that are open late in the evening) Etch a Sketch (a trademarked name for a child's toy which allows the creation of simple drawings on a screen using two dials) etiquette (a code of manners) extend and pretend (a description of the strategy for dealing with the initial failure of the EU's bailout of Greece) fair and square (equitable) fake and make (a deceptive play in football) falderal (ado; nonsense; a trifle) fancy Dan (a snappy dresser) fancy dance (a showy, elaborately choreographed dance performed by Native Americans) fancy man (a male lover) fancy pants (a person mocked for putting on airs) farm to arm (a drug operation which grows, processes and sells its product) fear and tear (describing the reasons children avoid the doctor) feather bed feed and bleed (a medical test in which a drug is administered and then its level checked by blood tests) fiddley-did (the sum of one pound) fight or flight (the conflicting urges a creature feels when threatened) fighting tight (so drunk one wants to fight) fights and tights (a typical superhero comic book) fill or kill (a stock market order to be filled immediately or canceled) [to] fill the bill (to satisfy a need) fingering (touching; the feel or play of a string intstrument) [to] fit the mitt (to bribe) flap and zap (an informal name for LASIK eye surgery) [to] flap your trap (to talk too much) flash and trash (local news specials, shown during sweeps weeks, that emphasize sex and violence) [to] flash the ash (to pass one's cigarette pack around) [to] flash the cash (to exhibit one's money) [to] flash the hash (to vomit) [to] flick one's wick (to hurry up) [to] flip the script (to turn the tables on someone) [whatever] floats your boat (satisfies you) [to] float a note (to loan money to a friend) [to] flub the dub (to evade one's duty; to fail) folderol (ado; nonsense; a trifle) free to be (a tolerant attitude or atmosphere) frocks and rocks (a social occasional suitable for fine dresses and jewelry) [to] fudge and mudge (to avoid commitment) fun and sun (outdoor recreation) funky drunk (very intoxicated) gator bait (dead meat; literally "alligator bait") geeze Louise (an exclamation of exasperation or surprise) globophobe (Claire Short's mocking name for an anti-globalization activist) gloom and doom (forecasts of woe) gods for clods (an introductory religion course) gonfalon (a flag or banner) [to] gooi a uie (to make a U-turn) goon platoon (a squad of misfits) grab a stump to rest your rump (sit down!) grain and drain (a bread and water diet) grinny bin (an insane asylum) grip and rip (an aggressive batting style in which the batter tries to hit every pitch) ground and pound (a fighting strategy of first getting your opponent off his feet, and then holding him down while beating him) grub and bub (food and drink) hack a Shaq (to deliberately foul Shaquille Oneal who is (they tell me) a poor free thrower) hack attack (a period of frenzied programming) Hackensack (a town in New Jersey) hackmatack (an American larch tree) hacks and flacks (journalists and publicists) hanky pank (a simple carnival game that is not actually unfair) Happy Nap (the New York state prison at Hapanoch) happy slap (a new pasttime of bored British youths, who walk up to a stranger and slap him, recording the incident with their cell phone camera to share with their friends.) hard as lard (excellent) hasta la pasta (a joking farewell) [from] hatchin' to catchin' (descriptive of the life cycle of factory-farmed chickens) heat and beat (the traditional method of working iron) heat and eat (frozen meals; cafeterias that serve such meals) heaven eleven (the winning initial roll of eleven in craps) herb superb (marijuana) hide and bide (a policy of hiding one's advanced military equipment from enemy view, biding one's time until it is needed.) high and dry (safe from danger) Highlands and Islands (two areas of Scotland that were traditionally rural, remote, rugged and lawless) highways and byways (all roads, big and small) hire and fire (the power to employ and let go) [to] hit the grit (to get on the road; to leave) [to] hit the mitt (for a pitcher's ball to evade the batter) [to] hit the pit (to be imprisoned) hither and thither (here and there) hob a nob (hob nob) hob and nob (hob nob; very close or familiar) hodmadod (a shelled snail; an awkward person) hog in togs (a man about town) hoi polloi (the common people) hokey smoke (how Rocky the Squirrel would swear) holes and poles (a college sex education class) holy Joe (a chaplain; a pious person) home alone ([imperfect rhyme] on one's one; abandoned) honey bun (a term of affection) honey bunch ([imperfect rhyme] a term of affection) honky tonk (a loud and gamey bar) hoochinoo (an Alaskan tribe; an alcoholic drink they brew) hook and book (to attach a car to a tow truck, and make a hurried departure before the angry owners appear) [to] hook 'em and book 'em (to capture and arraign miscreants) [by] hook or crook (by any means) [the] hookey-spooks (a creepy feeling) hoopdie swoop (to move in on, and pick up a person with great speed) [to] hop and drop (to limp) horses for courses (an elliptic phrase that means different people are suitable for different things) hot to trot (eager) hotsy potatsy (a sexually promiscuous person) Hottentot (a South African tribe) [the] House of Mouse (the Walt Disney Company) huckabuck Hudge and Gudge (two characters created by G K Chesterton to stand for the forces of government and business, or conservatives and liberals, but both the enemy of Jones, the common man) [to] huff and puff (to breathe with great effort) hug a thug (a disparaging reference to attempts to rehabilitate criminals) [to] hump and bump (to work hard, with occasional promotions or rewards) [to] hump and dump (to have sex with, and then abandon) hump 'em and dump 'em (the stud's credo) hunk of junk (a worthless bulky item) hunky chunk (a sturdy short muscular worker) hurtin' for certain (very ugly) [to] hustle your bustle (to hurry; to act as a prostitute) ice the rice (waitress code meaning an order of rice pudding with ice cream) in like Flynn (in) inky dink (a dark-skinned person; a fluorescent light used on a movie set) it from bit (a complete logical theory of the universe, with no arbitrary choices, that explains everything, except, I suppose, for where the theory itself came from...) jai alai (Basquetball) jeeze Louise (an exclamation) jibber the kibber (a device used to mislead and wreck ships for plunder) jig-a-jig (sexual intercourse) kill for thrill (a killing done for its own pleasure) kitchen bitch (a man who hangs around the kitchen) [[to] knock acock (to stun; to amaze) [to] knock your block [off] (to be surprising or stunning) [to] knock your socks [off] (to be surprising or stunning) kvetch and wretch (ceaseless complaining) la-di-da (carefree; unworried) lab to fab (the transition of a product from laboratory to fabrication) lag-a-bag (a lazy person) [to] lap and tap (to start a horse race by having the horses walked away from the starter, then spinning them around at the starter's call) [to] larkyfark (to screw around; to be killing time) layaway (to arrange to have an item set aside, to be paid for in installments, and claimed when payment is completed) layin' and playin' (idling at home) lean and mean (fit, ready for action) lean machine (a person or organization that is trim and ready) leather or feather (a choice of beef or chicken for dinner) lickin' stick (a sweetheart or lover) lie or die (a threat made against a witness in a murder trial) live at five (the motto of local TV news) loco da poco (a little crazy) loony tune (a crazy person) [to] loop the loop (to spin around; to complete a circle) loud and proud (someone who is overly eager to announce his positive assessment of his personal accomplishments or characteristics) lube and tube (auto maintenance involving lubrication and checking the tires) luck and pluck (a combination of fortune and determination) lucky duck (a lucky person) lump and bump (a chump; a fool) lurks and perks (schemes and benefits) Mackinac (a resort island in Michigan) made the grade (passed a test) maid brigade (a cleaning service) make or break (a decisive test) maker and shaker (an important, powerful person) mammogram (an X-ray of the breast) maps and chaps (descriptive of history, or of a class on history) marish and parish (everyone) Marks and Sparks (a nickname for the British company "Marks and Spencer") mauming and glauming (amorous pawing) mealie meal (ground up corn, used as a food by the poor) meals on wheels (a food service for the old and sick) mean machine (a fast and stylish car) mean and lean (having an athletic body) [to] meet and greet (to perform the rites of mass hospitality) [to] meet and street (to examine emergency room patients, and eject the ones whose conditions are not serious) [to] merge and purge (to combine two lists, and remove the duplicates) mic-a-mic (scrub) might makes right (the assertion of force against law or custom) mighty white (awfully magnanimous) Mike and Ike (waitress code meaning salt and pepper) [to] moan and grown (whining) [to] mow and blow (to mow grass and blow leaves away) muck and truck (miscellaneous articles) muck-a-muck (an important or high-ranking person) mucketymuck (an important or high-ranking person) mud and blood (a drink of mild and bitter) nail 'em and jail 'em (the police) [to] name and shame (to identify petty offenders so as to shame them) nanny cam ([imperfect rhyme] a hidden camera used to keep an eye on babysitters) near and dear (physically and emotionally close) nearest and dearest (family and friends) need for speed (a person's inbuilt urge to drive fast) news and views (a combination news and opinion broadcast) nicey nice (overly nice; affectedly affectionate) nickel slick (petty; insignificant) nifty fifth ([imperfect rhyme] a fifth thing) nob-a-nob (very close together; intimate) nomen est omen (a Latin proverb, meaning "a name is a fate") not so hot (less attractive, interesting or cool) nuke and puke (a microwave dinner) nuts and sluts (nickname for a college abnormal psychology class) odds and sods (odds and ends) oh you know (opium) okie doke (okay) one and done (the motto of someone who does not plan to repeat something; a basketball player who goes to college for one year to qualify for the NBA) oral is moral (the slogan of people who suppose that oral sex is an acceptable means of diverting sexual tension, while "real" sex is immoral) pacamac (a sheet of polythene, cut in the shape of a coat, but pliable enough to fold up and store in one's pocket) [to] pack and crack (a voting district strategy of packing opponents into homogeneous districts, and cracking their centers of strength) pam-palam (fuss, confusion) pan and scan (how wide movies are cropped to fit narrow TV's) park and bark (the style of operatic performance in which the singer stops all pretense of acting, and simply sings) pass for grass (to be ignored or disrespected) [to] pay away (to go on, to continue) pay for play (online games that charge to participate) pay to play (a systemic bribery system requiring payoffs for government contracts) pay to stay (jails nicer than the overcrowded ones, but which require payment from the convict for the privilege of staying there) phony baloney (a fraud, a fake, a deceit) payndemain (the finest, whitest bread made in the Middle Ages) [to] peck and neck (to make out, to romance) pick up sticks (a child's game) [to] pitch a bitch (to complain or whine) plug and chug (a problem solving method of substitution followed by manipulation) [to] plug the jug (to give up drinking) plug the mug (to stifle; to become silent) poll and bowl (the former US college championship system) [to] pop the lock ([imperfect rhyme] to force open a lock) poppycock ([imperfect rhyme] nonsense; worthless matter) [to] press the flesh [imperfect rhyme](to meet or greet people) [the] price of rice (as in "What's that got to do with the price of rice?", that is, with ordinary reality.) print and tint (a process in which a monochrome image was printed, and then the foreground colored by hand) [to] pump and dump (to praise a stock and then quickly sell it for profit; to express breast milk and discard it) pur et dur (literally "pure and hard", a term for the hardest core members of Quebec's separatist Parti Quebecois.) [the] Queen of Mean (a mocking nickname for Leona Helmsley, and since then, for any meanspirited woman) rackaback (a man on a horse, with a woman riding sidesaddle behind) [to] rack and stack (to collect one's winnings; to pack up) rack attack (a prolonged spell of laziness, spent in bed, the "rack") Rackensack (a derisive nickname for Arkansas or someone from there) rags and jags (tattered clothing) rails to trails (a program for converting railroad tracks to hiking trails) rainy day (a time of hardship or trouble) ram and dam (a muzzle loading gun) rang-a-tang (a belligerent coarse person) [to] rank and yank (to evaluate employees and pull out the bad ones) rankydank (an unsophisticated person) rat-a-tat (imitating the sound of a gun or a drum) rattletrap [imperfect rhyme] a rickety mechanism) razzmatazz (glitter; fanfare; sparkle) read and heed (learn and follow) ready for Freddie (ready for anything) [to] real the deal (to be open and honest) rest and test (a pause for assessment) retail is detail (a motto for salesmen) rickmatick (a rowdy affair) ricky tick (a bouncy ragtime style from the 1920's; quickly) ridgy didge (genuine; excellent) [to] rig a jig (to set up a victim) rigidig (real, genuine) rigmajig (a thingmajig) rigs and pigs (a firehall) ring-a-ding (run of the mill) rinky dink (shoddy; run down; cheaply made) rinky tink (simple, repetitive ragtime jazz) rixatrix (a quarrelsome brawling woman) roast and toast (a ceremony at which a person is both honored and gently mocked) Roger the Lodger (a tenant who seduces his landlady) roogodoo (a ruckus) rope a dope (to trick or beat a gullible person; a defense that frustrates and exhausts an opponent) rocks for jocks (the nickname of a "gut" or "Easy A" geology course) root my boot! (an exclamation of exasperation) rootypoot (an unsophisticated person) rooty toot (old fashioned music) [a tough] row to hoe (a difficult job) roustabout ([approximate rhyme] - a general laborer or helper) [a hard] row to hoe (a difficult task) rowdy dow (a fight; hubbub) rub-a-dub rum and drum (a kind of bar with Caribbean music) rumble and tumble (noise; disturbance; uproar) rump and stump (completely) rumptyvump (a college course on Radio, Motion Pictures, and TV) rumtitum (in excellent condition) run and gun (an aggressive style of basketball, fishing, or movie directing; any style of action that relies on aggression, motion and improvisation) sarasar sassafras (a root used for flavoring) say on pay (a policy in which a company's shareholders can approve the excessive pay of executives) say it, don't spray it (an admonition to someone who inadvertently spits as they speak) [to] scarf and barf (to eat a lot and then vomit) scooby doo (a large marijuana joint) score and four (a 24 year term in the army) scot and lot (in English law, a customary contribution, laid on all subjects according to their ability to pay) [to] screw the pooch [imperfect rhyme] to get into enormous trouble scrub a dub (to scrub) scuttlebutt (rumors; gossip) seal a meal (little plastic bags used to for drug transactions) [to] seal the deal (to conclude an agreement) [neither] seaway nor leeway (affording no means of escape) sentiment (feeling) sereser seventy 'leven (a large indefinite number) sew and go (ballet shoes that require no breaking in, just the sewing on of the ribbons) shake and bake (something quickly made or mass produced; a sergeant who has earned stripes quickly) shocks for jocks (the nickname for an introductory electrical engineering course) shoot and scoot (an artillery technique in which artillery is moved to a new position after a few firings) shoot the chutes (an amusement ride) shrink it and pink it (the NFL's approach to making football paraphernalia attractive to women) [neither] sight nor light (no visual contact whatever) single and mingle (a social event designed for matchmaking) sinnin' and grinnin' (being bad, and enjoying it too) skaty eight (a large indefinite number) skew the dew (a splay-footed person) [to] skin and grin (to laugh foolishly in an attempt to ingratiate oneself) skin and sin (an adult movie) slam and jam (an aggressive style of basketball) [to] slice and dice (to cut up) slice of life ([imperfect rhyme] a depiction or story that strives for naturalism over stylism, symbolism or beauty) slippy dip (a children's slide) slobs and snobs (the two kinds of visitors to the free tastings at wineries) slop and flop (a place with food and beds) [to] slow one's row (to lower one's profile) slums and bums (nickname for a course on urban government) smash and dash (describing the tactics of thieves who use stolen construction equipment to break an ATM machine from its foundations, and then run away with it) smear and fear (descriptive of a kind of emotional electoral tactic which seeks to defame the opponent and scare the electors) [to] smoke a toke (to smoke marijuana) snack attack (a sudden craving for junk food) [to] snap a cap (to fire a shot) [to] snap your cap (to be surprised or outraged) [to] sneak a peek (to get an advance or unauthorized look at something) sneak and peek (a covert reconnaissance mission) Sneaky Pete ([approximate rhyme] a sneaky person) [from] sneezer to breezer (from nose to tail) snug-a-bug (snug as a bug in a rug) sock and lock (a boarding school practice of beating a sleeper with a bicycle lock wrapped in a sock) [to] sock the clock (to register on a time clock) socks and knocks (sulphur oxides and nitrogen oxides, the most objectionable elements of air pollution) [the] source and course (the origin and development) spam or ham (the distinction between junk and legitimate email) [to] spank the plank (play the guitar) [to] spank the planks (to dance) speeds and feeds (the characteristics of data movement and calculation speed for optimal efficiency on a given high performance computer) spin and pin (two groups of orthogonal matrices) [to] spin the bin (to retrieve items from the trash, referring to Royal attendants who sell discarded items from the palace) sprawl and brawl(a mixed-martial arts strategy that avoids ground fighting) [the New] Staggers and Naggers (a nickname for The New Statesman and Nation magazine) [to] strain the brain (to think hard; to require hard thinking) sun and fun (the relaxation one expects on a holiday) [a] ring by spring (the expectation of a college woman that she will be engaged before the end of the school year) square affair (one's regular girlfriend) squeeze and tease (making out; flirting; reducing the size of closing movie credits so "teaser" ads can be played) stacks of wax (a collection of phonograph records) stag or shag (coming to a party alone, or with a date) Stan the Man (nickname for baseball player Stan Musial) [the] Stars and Bars (the nickname of the Confederate battle flag) stay and play (a passive form of fishing involving a lot of idle waiting) [to] steam your beam (to make you mad) steers and queers (the two things that come out of Texas, according to your DI. Which one are you, son?) sticklebrick (a kind of toy consisting of small blocks in various shapes with a mesh of connecting prongs) stones and bones (the nickname of a college course in archeology) [to] stop and pop (to make a sudden stop and shoot the ball, in basketball) stop it or cop it (cease this annoying behavior or prepare to receive the consequent retaliation!) [to] stop the clock ([imperfect rhyme] - to halt a timing) strayaway (a stray animal) stride of pride (opposite of a "walk of shame", this is a walking style associated with a noteworthy achievement) [to] strip and flip (a business strategy of buying troubled companies and selling off the valuable parts for immediate profit) strip and rip (an aggressive style of basketball playing in which the ball is taken from another player) stripper clip (a speedloader that holds several cartridges together in a single unit for quicker loading of a gun's magazine) Stuff and Guff (the nicknames of two statues of blacksmiths which seem to strike a bell, in a monument in Herald Square) stumble bum (an alcoholic beggar) stumm and crum (extremely quiet) suckabuck (greedy; a greedy person) suited and booted (dressed up for a formal occasion) super group (an unstable rock band made up of the ego-heavy remnants of several previously popular bands) surf and turf (a lobster and steak meal) susurrus [the] swing of things (the schedule or natural rhythm of life) switch the pitch (to change the direction of one's argument or conversation) [to] syphon the python ([imperfect rhyme] to urinate) tack attack (a fit of bad taste) tackle shack (underpants) [to] take the cake (win; be outstanding; be most egregious) telenovela (a Latin American version of the soap opera) thin is in (to be thin is fashionable) three to me (I've got three points in this game now) [the] thrilla in Manila (one of Mohammed Ali's boxing matches) thrills and spills (exciting action) thugs and drugs (the purview of a particular official in the State Department) thunder run (a loud and impressive parade or convoy) Tia Maria (a drink) ting-a-ling (imitation of a bell ringing; a Cajun musical triangle) [to] toil and moil (to work long and hard) [a] ton of fun (a very enjoyable experience) toodle-oo (a farewell) Tots and Quots (a small London gentleman's dining club) totty shot (a small picture or image of an attractive woman, used to liven up a newspaper or new report) town and gown (a town and the college it supports) traits and states (the effect on behavior of inherent characteristics and temporary emotional states) trash and flash (gaudy tasteless clothing) trash to ash (incineration of garbage) [to] trig the wig (to think fast) triple hip (an extra smart person) [to] trump the hump (to climb a hill) Tuvalu (an island nation in the South Pacific) [to] tweet da deets (to send the details via Twitter) twice as nice [to] twirl the pearls (to dance) [all] types and stripes (all kinds) ugly mug (someone's face) [the] urge to merge (the desire to mate) [the] urge to splurge (the desire to go shopping) use it or lose it user confuser (nickname for a computer user consultant) view halloo (a fox-hunting call) volley ball wacky tabacky (marijuana) wag the flag (to wave the flag (British)) [to] wake and bake (to smoke marijuana immediately upon waking up) walk and talk (a TV news segment in which the presenter walks through the scene while delivering the report; a strolling interview; a Mafia tactic of going outside to talk business, so as to avoid bugs) [to] walk the chalk (to test one's sobriety by walking a chalked line) [to] walk the walk (to do as one suggests to others) [a] waste of space (something that is worse than nothing) wear and tear (the normal disintegration of things in this perfect world) [to] wed and bed (to make a person one's spouse, legally and physically) weed and seed (a combination weed killer and seed for the lazy gardener) whack 'em and sack 'em (the game hunter's creed) [to] wheel and deal (to negotiate; to bargain; to plot) whirly bird [imperfect rhyme] a helicopter) whirly girl (a hurricane) Wilt the Stilt (a nickname for Wilt Chamberlain) [to] wine and dine (to feed a guest sumptuously) wings and things (Chinese takeout) work and lurk (describing the hidden but persistent operation of some agent) yank and bank (sudden and violent aeronautical maneuvers) [to] yank one's crank (to annoy, perturb or torment) yea or nay (approval or disapproval) yockydock (narcotics) you know who (someone whose identity is obvious but whose name is best left unspoken) [to] zip your lip (to keep quiet)
Words or phrases in which the initial part is repeated, rather than merely rhymed:
day to day door to door face to face hand to hand head to head house to house man to man mano a mano minute by minute mouth to mouth out and out patapat tete a tete toe to toe Toronto umpty ump (a large indefinite number) wall to wall
Somehow less worthy:
Deal a Meal (a set of cards for controlling diet) Dip and Strip (an immersive paint removal system) Etch a Sketch flick your Bic hackysack Heckle and Jeckle Seal a Meal (a system for wrapping leftovers) stop and shop Tears for Fears
Belongs somewhere else:
flaggin', saggin' and braggin' (to be loyal to one's gang by wearing gang colors and low pants, and boasting) hangin', bangin' and slangin (descriptive of the social life of a gang member) hatched, matched, and dispatched (the birth, marriage and death announcement section of the ) mow, blow, and go (a nickname for the itinerant gardeners of California) mush, gush and lush (favorable criticism produced in exchange for cash or foor and drink) pack, shack and stack (everything one owns, that is, clothes, house, and money) pale, male and stale (a complaint about any organization dominated by old white men) suck, muck and truck (Butte, Montana's approach to the big pit: extract polluted water, mix with lime, and truck it away)
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