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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with film star:

2 syllables:
films are,
christ are,
hill start,
ill starred,
list are,
will start,
drill square,
built square,
cysts are,
disks are,
filled square,
gifts are,
its far,
links are,
lists are,
milk bar,
prints are,
quilt square,
risks are,
shifts are,
stripped stark,
tears start,
things start,
years start,
bills are,
hills are,
limbs are,
mills are,
rousing start,
since start,
skills are,
bits are,
bricks are,
chips are,
click start,
fixed heart,
gill bar,
him far,
his car,
is far,
its start,
kick start,
lips are,
milk are,
mill bar,
myths are,
pierced heart,
quick start,
ships are,
six are,
still far,
still scarce,
strips are,
there stark,
there start,
this bar,
this car,
this far,
trips start,
which start,
will stop,
with stars,
films for,
in square,
smith square,
thick square,
with square,
disks store,
sears store,
thrift store,
wilkes barre,
builds large,
him are,
it are,
kinds are,
pinch bar,
print bar,
still are,
string choir,
this are,
twist arm,
whilst large,
will are,
will mark


3 syllables:
conflicts are,
discussed are,
career start,
conflict are,
guilty start,
inmost heart,
philippe starck,
silver stars,
islands are,
majoris stars,
until march,
william stark,
willie stark


4 syllables:
equipment are,
michelin stars,
familiar stars


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