Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ankara:

3 syllables:
frank capra,
gran casa,
blank common,
frank hodges,
frank often,
frank zappa,
thank donna,
and data,
blank arches,
frank barron,
frank conrad,
thank martha,
krav maga,
that data,
what data,
tsong khapa,
than common,
at common,
class common,
gangs often,
glass causes,
staff common,
that causes,
that common,
what causes,
lough carra,
thank sarah,
graham martha,
achad ha'am,
banks often,
blank column,
drank vodka,
frank cancian,
frank dobbin,
frank nodded,
frank pagan,
frank thomas,
grass carpet,
shag carpet,
surat cotton,
tanks often,
thank robin,
thank thomas,
south yarra,
and often,
bank charges,
bank martin,
black carbon,
black carpet,
black cotton,
black grama,
black harlem,
black hearted,
branch often,
chance often,
dance often,
frank barton,
frank carlson,
frank marcus,
frank marshall,
frank martin,
frank partial,
gland often,
graham nodded,
graham thomas,
grand drama,
grand lama,
had gotten,
mann thomas,
plans often,
plant often,
range often,
stance often,
stand often,
thank martin

4 syllables:
palang dharma,
panna cotta,
myriad causes,
japan cotton,
anger causes,
attack causes,
attack often,
assam police,
japan model,
shanghai cotton,
shankar dayal,
shanker sharma,
whatcha gonna

5 syllables:
really gonna,
really gotta

6 syllables:
narayana bhatta

Some other possibilities:

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