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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with as far as:

2 syllables:
car has,
cause has,
dog has,
from u.s.,
god has,
job has,
john has,
stock has,
whom has,
art has,
bar was,
car was,
heart has,
par les,
park has,
part has,
square was,
star was,
for u.s.,
hour has,
more has,
nor has,
or has,
or u.s.,
war has,
bar on,
block comes,
block was,
bob was,
bomb was,
car on,
cause was,
clock was,
crop was,
dar al,
dog was,
france has,
from gas,
god was,
got was,
hot tubs,
job was,
john was,
knock comes,
lodge was,
lot was,
mom was,
par l',
par le,
par un,
par une,
plot was,
rock was,
ross was,
scar on,
scott was,
shock comes,
shock was,
shop was,
shot was,
spot was,
square on,
square up,
star on,
stock comes,
stock was,
stop was,
tom was,
top was,
watch was,
whom was,
arm was,
art was,
card was,
charge was,
clark was,
farm was,
guard was,
heart was,
honour was


3 syllables:
passage has,
prepare us,
data has,
drama whose,
father has,
iraq was,
o'clock comes,
passage was,
prepare an,
radon gas,
response has,
strata whose,
alarm was,
army has,
clara dawes,
clara louise,
farmer has


4 syllables:
another has,
canada has,
canada whose


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