Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kithara:

3 syllables:
singh thapa,
smith often,
smith thomas,
with data,
with thomas,
chick corea,
being often,
big mama,
brick cottage,
bring havoc,
him often,
hip pocket,
his data,
in data,
in java,
is often,
is solid,
isaac hull,
it often,
paris often,
paris santa,
pierre robin,
quinn nodded,
skill often,
spring often,
still often,
there often,
thing often,
this awful,
this data,
this often,
were often,
which data,
which often,
will often,
zilog z80a,
with oral,
being hard on,
big hearted,
brick arches,
bridge arches,
brith shalom,
chris garcia,
chris harman,
chris thomas,
cousin clara,
cousin martha,
cousin thomas,
gill arches,
in harlem,
in harness,
in thomas,
is hard on,
kyd thomas,
midge larva,
myths often,
pierre thomas,
singh dogra,
singh varma,
sir thomas,
smith model,
smith nodded,
thick carbon,
thick carpet,
thick cotton,
were hard on,
which charges,
which thomas,
wiring harness,
with common,
with holland,
with latin,
with police,
with solid,
cal osha,
cousin hannah,
da gama,
la casa,
la jolla,
la raza,
terra cotta,
smith barton,
with carbon,
with cotton,
with marble,
with market,
with martin

4 syllables:
appear often,
career often,
felis onca,
until often,
commit arson,
isser harel,
khizar hayat,
olive thomas,
otis tarda,
river yarra,
until thomas,
a bit of a,
a slip of a

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